General Motors Announces North American Debut of Four Global Concepts

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Celebrities Carmen Electra and Mario Lopez Also Confirm Attendance at GM Style

In addition to an array of classic GM Designs, including the 2006 Camaro Concept (an instant classic) and the 1951 Buick LeSabre Concept (an iconic classic), four global concepts never before seen in North America will "drive the runway" with celebrity guests including Carmen Electra and Mario Lopez during January's GM Style.

The Holden EFIJY, Chevrolet T2X, Chevrolet WTCC and Opel Antara GTC will make North American debuts on Jan. 6, 2007, in a pavilion on the Detroit Riverfront and then featured in GM's exhibit at the North American International Auto Show the following week. These four vehicles showcase GM Design's creative talent from four of their 11 studios around the world.

"Collectively these concepts represent GM Design's global vitality, while capturing the spirit of the brands they represent," said Ed Welburn, General Motors vice president of global Design. "Great design transcends borders, and these award-winning GM concept vehicles are proof of that."

The four vehicles have arrived in Michigan from all corners of the world and are being primped for their Detroit debut along side some of Hollywood's most notable stars.

Carmen Electra and Mario Lopez have confirmed they will join previously announced Cheryl Hines, Vivica A. Fox, Petra Nemcova, Danny Masterson, and Rachel Zoe at GM Style.

With an impressive body of work that encompasses television, film, comedy and theatre, Carmen Electra has emerged as one of Hollywood's most versatile personalities.

Most recently seen on the "Dancing With The Stars," Mario Lopez is a veteran of numerous television series including the popular sitcom "Saved By The Bell" and FX Network's "Nip/Tuck."

By GM Company

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