GRASS LAKE, MI – It is mid-September and Pontiac’s all-new G6 midsize sedan is nestled in a field surrounded by towering cornstalks. Like the importance of the fall harvest to farmers, the success of the G6 – which will add a coupe and convertible next year – is vital to Pontiac’s survival. The truck-less brand has withered for years as demand grows for pickups and SUVs, and it was left to sell products such the Aztek cross/utility vehicle – quite possibly the worst crop in the automotive ...

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