CHICAGO – General Motors Corp.’s Pontiac brand has at least two show cars in the pipeline for the Specialty Equipment Market Assn. (SEMA) show slated for October, says Lynn Myers, Pontiac/GMC general manager. Plans are to use SEMA to unveil a tricked-up Grand Am concept and an upgrade of the G/XP Bonneville concept exhibited at the auto show here that takes the performance look up yet another notch. As for the concept Pontiac G-Force, a thinly disguised version of the ’03 Grand Prix that ...

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