If the initials 'GLH' ring a bell, it could be because they refer to a legendary race car driver in Chrysler's past.

 The Dodge Omni GLH was created by Caroll Shelby in the 1980s

 the first letters stood for "Goes Like Hell." 

The automobile was inspired by the 1982 Shelby Charger, borrowing its 

high-output inline-four engine (rated at 2.2 liters and 110 horsepower),

uspension tuning, brakes, and tires

 Shelby and Chrysler worked together between 1985 and 1986 to fit a potent 2.2-liter turbo I-4 engine producing 146 horsepower into the engine bay.

 Although Caroll Shelby was not involved in the new crossover's design process, some of the original racing design concept was included