mid-size - sedan
But now its time for a change and time for a new model to be given the chance to live in the light that the Grand Am has created, and that’s where the Pontiac G6 comes in. This new Grand Am replacement is set to arrive in a big way next year and is already creating a buzz among the company and the Grand Am fans. With the company’s new edgy styling, Pontiac has set to deliver one heck of a great replacement and one fun mid-sized car. But how do you replace a leader in its class, well Pontiac believes the G6 will deliver where the Grand Am never did. Borrowing aspects from the new Grand Prix, the new G6 is set to deliver all of Pontiac’s new design themes in one form. New Grand Prix styled front headlamps deliver a more aggressive look and are way bigger than the Grand Am ever had on its front end.
Pontiac delivers on its pointed front, which follows up from the ground to the windshield, and also breaks the BMW knockoff styled front grille to make way for Pontiac’s front emblem. The antenna on the front is a good idea but in this cars case it does not fit on the front, since it draws your eyes in on it with its way of pointing straight up instead of back like that of what is on the Ford Focus. The front fog lamps are hidden behind the front bumper in the front airports, which hides them out of sight and out of proper usage. The way the window swoops and follows the cars lines to the back is a great looking design feature for this car and also adds some attention to the yet simple side of the car. Pontiac has added some relatively nice looking chrome rims to this car, which add to the sport appeal of this Pontiac. On the rear a conventional rear spoiler fits relatively good for the design but the sides sit at a bad angle where they should have been design at an outwards angle instead of an inwards one. Large rear lights, which fit beautifully with the back, are good but the single clear backup light could have been done without. All in all this Grand Am replacement is certainly going to turn some heads, and lets all hope Pontiac builds a two door model to compete in the sport compact market.