This book consists of articles from Wikia or other free sources online. Pages: 97. Chapters: General Motors facilities, General Motors factories, General Motors marques, General Motors subsidiaries, General Motors templates, General Motors vehicles, GM platforms, List of GM platforms, Allison Transmissions, Chevrolet, Chevrolet Sales India Private Limited, Delco Electronics, General Motors Egypt, General Motors Zafira, Ghandhara, GM Defense, GM Engines, Industries Mecaniques Maghrebines, NUMMI, Samson Tractors, VM Motori, CAMI Automotive, General Motors South Africa, Asuna, Buick, Cadillac, Elmore, Geo, GMM Luton, GM Korea, Holden, Oldsmobile, Opel, Pontiac, Saab Automobile, SAIC-GM-Wuling Automobile, Saturn Corporation, Vauxhall Motors, Allison Transmission, DMAX, General Motors Canada, General Motors do Brasil, General Motors Europe, General Motors India Private Limited, Ghandhara Industries, GMM Luton, GM Korea, Holden, Opel, Shanghai GM, Classic, General Motors Midi, GME Midi, GME Rascal, GM qold-lookq transit bus, GM Buffalo bus, GM Futurliner, GM New Look bus, PD-4501 Scenicruiser, Rapid Transit Series. Excerpt: General Motors has embraced the sharing of automobile platforms globally, although the company currently uses the term architecture rather than platform. Traditionally, General Motors used letters from the latin alphabet to designate long-running vehicle families aimed at similar market niches. For example, the E-body Oldsmobile Toronado personal luxury coupe was redesigned significantly through four generations from 1966 through 1992, but retained the same letter designation throughout. The chassis identification can generally be found as the 4th letter of the Vehicle Identification Number. GM also uses the letter designations to identify service manuals, owner manuals, and other publications. Frequently, the letter designations were used in mainstream automotive reporting and were familiar to customers, especially in the case of car families that...This book consists of articles from Wikia.
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