Another of GM's concepts based on the new rear-drive Kappa architecture, this wagon evokes the spirit of the 1954 Chevy Nomad concept vehicle, including its round headlamps mounted on gently curving fenders, a trademark Corvette grille, and a forward-sloping B-pillar. It also reminds of the '90s concept of the same name and even color. This four-seat concept rides on a full independent suspension hung from a rock-solid chassis made of hydroformed frame rails, and sports a 107-inch wheelbase (two inches longer than other Kappa concepts on the circuit). Underhood is a turbocharged Ecotec 2.2-liter/250-hp four-cylinder engine mated to a new Hydra-Matic 5L40-E electronically controlled five-speed automatic transmission with finger-operated tap shifting. The wee wagon utility is maximized by a removable rear roof panel, folding tailgate, and sliding cargo floor that extends over the folded tailgate so items placed on the load floor can be easily pushed into the cargo area.