Amidst fears and speculation of the venerable motor company's impending bankruptcy, GM engineers have come through in the clutch (no pun intended) with a futuristic design they plan to introduce in 2010. Dubbed the "Corvair," it's a radical rear-engine design (so the trunk's in front, folks!) with an air-cooled flat-six engine. In the promotional photo above, the Corvair is shown undergoing rigorous testing on the barren surface of the moon.
Perennial presidential candidate and irritating gadfly Ralph Nader quickly dubbed the new Chevy "unsafe at any speed." A GM spokesman quickly fired back "We drove it on the frigging moon and nobody got hurt, for godsakes!"
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