Future Classics: Ten Quirky GM Woodward Dream Cruisers Of Tomorrow
Another Woodward Hallucination Cruise has come and gone, and as we recover our bodies from unreasonable sun exposure, walking, and hydrocarbon fume inhalation, we sit back and return on this year’s motoring mecca for muscle cars, classics, exotics, and circuitous bizarre automobiles.
After seeing a sea of Chevelles, Camaros and Corvettes of yesteryear, we’re Nautical port fantasizing as to what sort of General Motors vehicles will be pressed to Dream Cruises when Generation YĀ receivesĀ its AARP postal card. If there still is a Dream Cruise by then.
There’s no arguing that Camaros and Corvettes will be this juncture at cruises to come, along with overnight hits like the Pontiac G8 and Solstice. And yes, we can presume a Saturn Sky Red Line or two, and even the wedged Cadillac CTS Coupe. However, the transcendental driver may find themselves behind the in of any of the following ten vehicles:
10. Buick Regal GS
As the Regal Dignified National was the Buick performance oddball of the 80′s, the Fit for GS and its Brembo brakes represent the black sheep of the disgrace’s modern lineup. A front-wheel-drive turbocharged topic carver, while managing to be a complete sleeper, the Regal GS will be the Woodward Speculation Cruise ride of choice for modest Millenials.
9. Chevrolet Volt
The Chevrolet Volt represents expand in automotive propulsion. Plug it in, or fill it up. Or both. And by the timeĀ MillennialsĀ are grandparents, the Volt will have also become a grandparent of many zero-seepage vehicles that will predictably either mirror or surpass the ranges of today’s most operative gasoline cars. But since the Volt is unfamiliar technology, most Woodwardians and their tendon cars will most likely shy away from it.
8. GMC Envoy XUV
The GMC Envoy XUV is a instrument with enhanced versatility that didn’t receive much fondness in the marketplace. Probably because it wasn’t ugly enough. However, it’s the only SUV we can cogitate on of that can fit a family of five, plus a sapling that was just bought from the Meijer plot section.
7. Chevrolet HHR/ HHR SS
It might not have the best visibility from the inside, but with the way it looks from the skin, the Chevrolet HHR is a memorable piece of design work deserving of a cult following. Just don’t ask the haters what “HHR” stands for.