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Detroit 2010: GMC Granite takes Professional Grade in a new direction

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Filed under: Concept Cars, Detroit Auto Show, Crossover, Hatchback, GM, GMC

GMC Granite concept - Click above for high-res image gallery

Feast your eyes on the next Pontiac Vibe GMC Granite concept. We have to wonder if this car was originally designed to slot into Pontiac lineup before that brand was axed, as it doesn't really seem to fit into the Professional Grade image that GMC has used as a tagline for ages. Or, it could be that General Motors really is considering expanding its GMC brand a few notches down in size.

Whatever the case, we think the Granite is a pretty neat little addition to the burgeoning boxy-but-good small car market here in the States as currently defined by the Scion xB, Kia Soul and Nissan Cube. Unlike those production machines, though, the Granite is a bit tougher in execution, kinda-sorta like the Ford Synus concept from the 2005 edition of the Detroit Auto Show.

Take a tour of the Granite via our high-res image gallery below and feel free to make the jump to view the full press release.

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Detroit 2010: GMC Granite takes Professional Grade in a new direction originally appeared on Autoblog on Mon, 11 Jan 2010 10:59:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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