“It’s going to be hard for people to get their head around (the CT6), I think,” Travis Hester says. Hester, a GM executive overseeing the Zeta platform, (underpinning the Holden Commodore and Chevrolet Camaro), continues “It’s going to fit between the segments. It’s going to give better drivability than the big cars and it’s going to give more spaciousness than the smaller cars. We have better body stiffness, we have lighter mass, we have better vehicle dynamics. But then when you compare it to your (BMW) 5 Series and (Audi) A6, we’re physically bigger and we’re going to offer the customer more space.”
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