General Motors hasn't created a new van design in a while, so I thought I'd give her a shot.
(This isn't my official finished design, just a base design)
I based this vehicle off of a 1983 GMC Vandura G-1500, 2014 GMC Sierra 1500 Pickup, a 2010 Chevrolet Silverado, & a 2012 Chevrolet Avalanche.
The main features I brought over from GMC's pickup where the main headlamps and the hood (except I shortened it) The Silverado inspired me to do up the front bumper as I did, I just made minor adjustments here and there to each feature so this design would be original.
2015 GMC Vandura 1500 specs & features: (so far...)
•Modernized side mirrors designed to replicate the 1983 Vandura's side mirrors.
•Front trim & running boards to give the vehicle a streamline look along with functionality.
•16 inch polished aluminum GM wheels.
•GM style body with bodylines to replicate the 83' Vandura & 2014 GMC Sierra to give it that GMC look.
•Interior replicates 1980's GMC/Chevrolet dashboard & steering wheel.
•Headlamps (including brights), fog lamps, and extra exterior lights.
•Standard engine: 5.3 Liter Vortec (Includes towing package)
•Optional engine: 6.2 Liter Vortec 6200 L92 (Includes towing package)
•Vandura SS engine: 427cu in 7.0 Liter LS7 (Includes sport suspension, SS trim package & 18" wheels)
•Standard transmission: 4-speed 4L80E automatic
•Optional engine: 6-speed automatic
•Vandura SS transmission: 6-speed manual sport transmission
•Standard interior (Basic/standard "Sierra" style interior"
•Optional interior (High class "Denali" style interior features)
•Vandura SS interior (High class badge & interior trim package featuring engraved "Vandura SS" seats)
•Economy package (features unknown): $21,000
•Standard package: $32,000
•Optional package: $55,000
•Vandura SS luxury/sport package: $58,000
Feel free to shoot me questions, I'm sure this design isn't rock solid yet, so there will probably be changes and improvements to come.