GM’s Pontiac Department marketed its first convertibles throughout the 1927 version year (simply a year after the department’s development), after that proceeded to offer remarkable drop-tops for most of the following 83 years. The very popular exchangeable to birth Pontiac badges throughout our present century was the retractable-hardtop-equipped G6, offered from the G6’s intro in 2006 with the second-to-last version year of 2009 (the Sunfire convertible was offered simply with 2000, while the Firebird exchangeable disappeared with the death of the slow-selling Firebird itself after 2002). Below is among those G6 GT convertibles, located in a Denver-region boneyard after an accident finished its driving occupation.
Mashed appropriate front, stood out air bags. This kind of damages could have deserved fixing in 2009, yet not today.
The 2007 G6 was offered as a sports car, car, or exchangeable. All the convertibles had the GT trim degree and also the 3.5-liter V6 and also its 224 horse power.
The MSRP on this cars and truck was $28,750(concerning $42,325 in 2022 bucks), making it one of the most pricey G6.
The power hardtop roof folded up into the trunk, leaving 1.8 cubic feet of trunk storage area with the top down.
This Karmann-designed roofing system made the indoor much quieter than that of a conventional soft-top convertible.
All G6s were developed at Orion Setting up in Michigan, where Chevy Screws are birthed today.
The G6 was developed with the 2010 version year, making it among the extremely last Pontiac versions (the Ambiance likewise made it to 2010, though it was actually a Toyota Matrix).
In knowledge, 2007 became a threatening year for GM.