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November 14, 2017, 08:56 AM

I liked Doug Demuro's video:


I'm sure it'll be fast, but I'm not a fan of the design. The orange looks garish and ugly. The grey looks much better though. I agree with Doug's comment that some of the controls came out of the cheap parts bin. Not sure why GM can't elevate the interior of a $100k+ car.
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7 speed manual? Jeebuss the Fast and Furious movies will be longer then ever now. They all ready shift 873 and 1/2 times in a drag race. 90% of the movie will be drag race seen of them shifting with a painful grimace.


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7 speed manual? Jeebuss the Fast and Furious movies will be longer then ever now. They all ready shift 873 and 1/2 times in a drag race. 90% of the movie will be drag race seen of them shifting with a painful grimace.
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They've had a 7 speed for some time now.


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November 14, 2017, 02:31 PM

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I agree with Doug's comment that some of the controls came out of the cheap parts bin. Not sure why GM can't elevate the interior of a $100k+ car.
Why is so hard for GM to look at Hyundai, Honda, Nissan, etc.
The plastic formulations they use actually feel and look nice despite not costing very much.

And the font and icons ... while not garish, looks like its ripped off from a PlaySkool style guide. GM needs a head of design who knows well enough to hire a head of the Human Machine Interface design department who can bring an elevated perceived felt level of premium quality.



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