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The G6 coupe??? concept that never was


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The G6 coupe??? concept that never was, from the GM ceocept graveyard.

found this over on g6p

code named the "Arrowhead"



I kinda like it and would of or might of turned out ok. I saw comments like it looks like a space shuttel or a nurse whale ect lol but I like it.


I did some googling and found more pics!




here's a Pontiac front end that ditched much of the arrowhead — and obviously, with the brand dead and gone, that'll never see the light of day.


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The front is too big and bulky, the back is very sexy! Really like the sides too!

Reminds me kind of like the Fiero idea, a car that wants to look like a super car, or just futuristic

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Not gonna lie, the front end kinda looks like a G6 and a Vibe had a lovechild, lol. I think it would have turned out pretty cool after it had actually been built full-scale, with some tweaks here and there. Hmm.

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I thin it looks neat. Front isn't too bad but could be a little better. The rear, to be honest kinda reminds of the Lexus LFA, but I def like it!


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