Detroit 2019: Pontus Fontaeus on the GAC Entranze concept

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Seven-seat, monovolume people carriers may have fallen out of favour, but GAC executive design director Pontus Fontaeus predicts a resurgence once today’s social media-obsessed teens become car buyers. “I talk to my daughter and she wants to go on road trips with her friends – at least five friends – which is completely different to when I was her age,” he observed.

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