The sudden demise of conventional cars such as Chevrolet Cruze and Ford Focus in North America makes room for what is considered a popular vehicle segment for automotive pickup trucks. The Honda Ridgeline will not be alone for long. While Ford has confirmed that a compact focus-based pickup will arrive in the near future, will GM and its Chevrolet division offer some competition to bread and butter?
According to the GM Authority, the answer is "yes" if the US will benefit. Currently, GM is working on a new compact Chevy truck with unibody construction (cars). The previously unnamed vehicle is to replace the Chevrolet Montana (pictured here), a small front-wheel drive sold in Latin America.