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DAEWOO G2X   2006 2009
2006 2009

After purchasing the Daewoo carmaker, General Motors tried to stir emotions on the markets where the Korean brand was still used and introduced the G2X roadster.
It was another case of badge-engineering with a roadster that was showcased as a Vauxhall, evolved into an Opel, and then transformed into a Pontiac and a Saturn. But GM built all of them in the U.S. in Willmington – Delaware.

Aesthetically, the car achieved a dynamic look with sharp lines coupled with taut surfaces. Its front fascia was dominated by the fender’s sweep along with chrome bordered vents and bold 3D headlamps. On the grille, the carmaker used the same chromed slat, but it sported the Daewoo badge. The sporty characteristics of the G2X were easily noticeable with the long air vents, the double-pipe exhaust system, and the twin air scoops behind the head restraints.

The cockpit offered room for two and no cup-holders. Moreover, there were no door-pockets and just a tiny glove-box on the passenger side. The carmaker installed the audio system below the climate control dials on the center stack, which were carried over from Vauxhall/Opel. GM opted for a pair of bucket seats carried over from a former generation of the Opel Corsa and put a leather upholstery on them.

Under the hood, the G2X featured a turbocharged 2.0-liter engine developed in Europe by Opel. GM paired it with either a five-speed manual carried over from Hummer H3 or a five-speed automatic from Cadillac SRX.

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