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Pontiac Solstice GXP Coupe
Pontiac Solstice GXP Coupe
A hard-top version of the Pontiac Solstice sports car, the Solstice Coupe will go on sale in early 2009. A magnesium roof panel directly over the seats is removable and can be replaced with a soft cloth panel.

The area behind the seats was redesigned to allow easy access to the cargo area. Without the need for a folding top mechanism, the Solstice Coupe's storage area has a flat floor and includes several covered storage compartments for smaller items.

The hard-top Solstice weighs only slightly more than the convertible version, GM says, so no changes were needed to engine, transmission or suspension.

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Last updated March 21 2008: 10:12 AM ET
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