GM Daewoo Design Center has been rolling out nice vehicles lately, like the Chevrolet S3X SUV Concept. They’ve also recently developed a crossover SUV-coupe vehicle called the Chevrolet T2X concept.
The Chevrolet T2X Concept cross-over SUV is targetted at those in their 20s-30s who are looking for a sporty vehicle but also want the load space and off-road ability of an SUV. The T2X actually shares it’s platform with the Chevrolet S3X Concept platform. The S3X is set to debut as a production car as the Chevrolet Captiva at the Geneva Motor Show in 2006.
Looks very sleek, yet masculine to me, though I don’t like the rear windscreen very much. Rear visibility would be totally horrendous, I think. The car lacks B-pillars, so the rear doors are hinged at the back of the car.
Not bad, I like the design though the front needs abit getting used to. SUV-coupe crossovers seem to be the trend these days, with the upcoming BMW X6 and the Mazda CX-7 as examples. GM Daewoo’s design center is getting better! I think they have the best designs to ever be produced by Koreans EVAR!