1954 pontiac bonneville special motorama concept car

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Gleaming Chevys, Pontiacs, Oldsmobiles, Buicks, and Cadillacs sitting atop flying turntables above the audience spiraled downward over a reflecting pool. Full orchestras played as glamorous models blinded the audience with Pepsodent smiles and ran white-gloved hands along dashboards and steering-wheel rims. It was so much more than a car show: Motorama was a display of GM's and, by extension, the American automobile industry's supremacy at just about everything. One idea car from January was rushed into July production. It was called the Corvette, an anomaly in the Alfred Sloan stepped-brand doctrine of "a car for every purse and purpose," a six-cylinder Chevrolet that cost as much as a Buick Roadmaster convertible.
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Pontiac Bonneville Special Concept Car '1954

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Pontiac Bonneville Special: $ Million | GM Authority

In the early s, GM was desperate to portray its Pontiac brand as sporty and exciting, in order to attract a younger demographic to showrooms. The result was the Pontiac Bonneville Special concept, of which only two were ever built. Like the production Chevrolet Corvette on which it was based, the Pontiac Bonneville Special concept was a low-slung sports car with a fiberglass body. Unlike the original Corvette, however, the Pontiac concept featured an enclosed bubble cockpit with flip-up side windows, along with eight cylinders beneath its long hood. Though rumors of a V-8 from GM had been building since , company executives feared that showing such an engine in the Bonneville Special, even in dummy form, would potentially delay already sagging Pontiac sales. Instead, the Pontiac concept carried a cu. Inside, the first Bonneville Special borrowed heavily from aviation-inspired design cues.
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1954 Pontiac Bonneville Special Motorama Concept Car

The Pontiac Bonneville Special is a purpose-built concept car unveiled at the General Motors Motorama in , the first 2-seater sports car Pontiac had ever produced. Conceived by renowned designer Harley J. Earl and hand built by Homer C.
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Remember Me. It would be a sports racer called a Bonneville Special. That was when models were being readied for production, and no GM car had ever carried the Bonneville name. Perhaps Harley Earl gave the assignment to Pontiac as the birth of its upcoming performance image.
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