General Motors North American President Mark Reuss has revealed some new details about the company's future product lineup.

General Motors North American President Mark Reuss has revealed some new details about the company's future product lineup.

Speaking to Forbes, Reuss said he wants a “black hole” truck that would be positioned between the company's heavy-duty consumer and medium-duty commercial pickups. He went on to say the company should have a Ford Transit Connect rival which would presumably be smaller than the previously announced City Express.

Reuss also wants a mainstream wagon and a Buick flagship which he described as a "much more beautiful [Porsche] Panamera."

Last but not least, the executive said it was a mistake when the company decided not to offer the Cruze Hatchback in the United States. He went on to say the next-generation model will "blow you away."