MILAN, MI – Confirming months of rumors, General Motors Corp. says it will drop the Grand Am nameplate next year when it launches an all-new Pontiac sports sedan based on its Epsilon platform. “Grand Am has been a strong player for Pontiac, but the all-new replacement that follows this ’04 model is truly a new Pontiac for the future,” John Middlebrook, GM vice president-Marketing and Advertising, tells media gathered here for test drives of the auto maker’s ’04 models. “So we want to ...

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