01.08.08 | No Comments

On December 20, 2007, General Motors Corporation filed to protect the trademark Provoq with regard to an automobile. Mork’s been sitting on this one waiting for more info besides some weird name to surface. And today it did…

From Autoblog:
“GM CEO Rick Wagoner will also debut a concept vehicle tomorrow at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas called the Cadillac Provoq. While very few details were released, GM says that the Provoq will be “free from petroleum fuel and emissions.” That means the Provoq could be either an all-electric vehicle or possibly another variant of the automaker’s E-flex platform that has spawned the Chevy Volt and Opel Flextreme.”

From GM’s press release on Jalopnik:
“Cadillac extends its ongoing design and technology momentum with tomorrow’s debut of the Provoq Concept, a vision for a petroleum-free future of luxury transportation. The Provoq Concept continues Cadillac’s remarkable heritage of landmark concept vehicles, this time in a vehicle free from petroleum fuel and emissions, the ultimate luxury.”

Mork’s going to change his name to Morq.

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