General Motors Corp. has plans to unveil at the Detroit auto show next month a production version of the 1998 Pontiac Montana Thunder concept minivan. Thunder will be available as a package option for Montana buyers beginning in the '01 model year. Cost, volume and production start up are unavailable at this time. A Pontiac-GMC spokesman refused to comment on future products. Keeping in line with the concept's billing as a performance activity vehicle, Thunder features include Ram Air ...

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