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Old 01-12-2012, 06:43 AM
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Originally Posted by 3ismagic# View Post
Exactly.

I understand why a $20k chevy looks the way it does. It is appealing to a completely different demographic. What kills me is that GM has made these types of interiors a "signature" across all of its brands and almost all models.

It strikes me as a 1980s interior doing a bad impression of what it thinks a year 2000 interior should look like, but doing it in 2012.
I think the shifter is better looking than the one in the $60k F30 m sport.

Other than this, I agree the interior style fits the targeted audience. The Chevy Sonic has the new bike look though.

What I don't necessarily agree is to make it more 2012 look, you just have to make it look different than anything before. To me as long as the dash board is not too busy, there is not plastics all over, and it is made for driving, not for playing, any design would be fine.
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