December 17, 2003
GM releases list of vehicles to be shown at Detroit auto show
Detroit, Michigan – General Motors will introduce several new concept and production models at the 2004 North American International Auto Show. The sixth generation 2005 Corvette will be the highlight of GM’s introductions. The new Corvette will “raise the ante in sports car performance while maintaining a reverent connection to its half-century of heritage” said the company.
In addition, GM will show the 2005 Pontiac G6, “..a sports sedan that provides exceptional interior room, razor sharp ride-and-handling attributes and unexpected refinement”.
The Saturn Curve and Chevy Nomad are based on GM’s forthcoming compact, rear-wheel-drive Kappa architecture. “The Kappa architecture’s four-cylinder engine, rear-drive layout mirrors the 2001 Pontiac Solstice roadster concept in size and proportion”, said a news release.
As well, GM will show the Cadillac CTS-V/GM Racing model. A special announcement will be made regarding Cadillac’s participation in SCCA’s World Speed Challenge.
At the Los Angeles Auto Show, GM will also feature the Chevrolet Cobalt compact coupe and sedan, the Saab 9-2X, the Buick Terraza and Saturn Relay crossover minivans, and the Hummer H3T midsize concept truck.