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Pontiac G8

Pontiac G8

At Chicago Auto Show, Pontiac will unveil the G8, a model based on the Holden Commodore VE SS that will replace the Pontiac Grand Prix Pontiac Grand Prix . But before the official photos from Pontiac Pontiac , a guy from G8 Board, caught the G8 on the web cams from Chicago. The G8 comes from the same global Zeta development program as the Chevrolet Chevrolet Camaro sports coupe and convertible, which Oshawa will begin building in late 2008 or early (...)
Source: G8 board

General Motors will introduce the all-new 2008 Saturn Astra Saturn Astra and 2008 Pontiac G8 at the Chicago Auto Show next week, building on the momentum of the North American International Auto Show in Detroit – where the Saturn Aura Saturn Aura captured the North American Car of the Year award and the Chevrolet Chevrolet Silverado claimed the North American Truck of the Year award. Saturn Saturn continues its product revitalization with the new Astra compact car, along with the 2008 Vue Red Line and Vue Green Line hybrid. The (...)

As previous reported, Pontiac will unveil the G8 sedan at Chicago Auto Show. And now, while Rick Wagoner was showing the Pontiac design studio to Gibson he lifts the cover off the front end of the sedan that will replace thePontiac Grand Prix Pontiac Grand Prix . The G8 comes from the same global Zeta development program as the Chevrolet Chevrolet Camaro sports coupe and convertible, which Oshawa will begin building in late 2008 or early (...)
Source: ABC News

By the end of this year or in early 2008, Pontiac Pontiac will add a rear-wheel-drive sport sedan to its lineup. The new model will be called G8 and will be based on the Holden Commodore VE SS and will come to replae the Pontiac Grand Prix Pontiac Grand Prix . It will debut in February at the Chicago Auto Show. The G8 comes from the same global Zeta development program as the Chevrolet Chevrolet Camaro sports coupe and convertible, which Oshawa will begin building in late 2008 or early 2009. The top Commodore model features a (...)
Source: Freep

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