View Thread: Pontiac G6 sports sedan delivers total performance, style and refinement

No limitations, no compromises and no excuses. No kidding. Pontiac revealed its all-new G6 sports sedan at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. It goes on sale in Fall 2004. Additional models, including a 2+2 sports coupe and a convertible, will follow the sedan's rollout. When it came to developing the 2005 G6, Pontiac set out to challenge the look and feel of sporty midsize cars - and "compromise" wasn't in the lexicon of change. This all-new sports sedan reinvigorates the midsize segment with contemporary design, total performance and exceptional attention to detail. "The G6 is a game-changing car," said Lynn Myers, Pontiac-GMC general manager. "All the elements came together in a way that emphasizes Pontiac's fresh design direction and renewed performance spirit - and demonstrates GM's commitment to leadership in the passenger car market."

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91 Integra
The front end looks sorta weird... the back end, although it resembles a Taurus and a Tiburon, looks nice.

87 Supra Turbo
So does this mean that the Grand Prix is on it's way out? Seems like these two would be competing against each other and I'm sure GM has to have figured out that's a bad thing by now.