GM seeks platform for rwd Solstice

Kranz, Rick
June 2002
Automotive News;6/24/2002, Vol. 76 Issue 5988, p1
Trade Publication
Reports the attempts of General Motors Corp. in the development of a right-wheel drive platform or the modification of the front-wheel drive platform for the Pontiac Solstice car. Determination of adequate capacity for the production of car parts in Adam Opel AG; Design and appearance of the Solstice in a Detroit, Michigan car exhibition.


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