Buick-GMC Vice President Duncan Aldred has revealed the latter company is considering a new range-topping model and a Jeep Wrangler competitor.

Buick-GMC Vice President Duncan Aldred has revealed the latter company is considering a new range-topping model and a Jeep Wrangler competitor.

Speaking to Edmunds, Aldred said the company is "looking at everything" but he mentioned three possible projects in particular.

The first is a new range-topping model that would slot above the Yukon / Yukon XL Denali. He declined to go into specifics but Cadillac chief marketing officer Uwe Ellinghaus has previously suggested the luxury brand is working on a three-row crossover that would ride on the rear-wheel drive Omega platform that underpins the CT6. There's nothing connecting it to a GMC crossover at the moment but it seems natural that the two models would be developed together to help cut costs.

Aldred also said the company is considering an entry-level crossover that would be about the same size as the Buick Encore. He also mentioned the possibility of a Jeep Wrangler competitor which he described as an "active all-road" model.

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