Pontiac was a brand of automobiles manufactured and sold by General Motors (
GM); though ... The Pontiac cars overtook its Oakland parent in popularity and
supplanted the Oakland brand entirely by 19...
Jun 25, 2009 ... Buick, Chevrolet and Ford Aren't Just Names of Cars .... Buggy Co., a horseless
carriage manufacturer named after a renowned Indian chief.
May 1, 2009 ... The now-forgotten Oakland had been a GM mainstay—one of the three ... Named
for the famed Ottawa Indian chief and billed as the “Chief of Sixes,” the ... Indeed,
Knudsen's first Pontiacs, the 1933–1934 cars, displayed a ...
Jul 29, 2009 ... Launched in the 1920s, Pontiac was an immediate success for GM, but the ... of
the last century, named after an 18th-century chief of the Ottawa Indians. ... This is
the Pontiac many prefer to remember, the cars built between ...
India's automakers rev up for run at U.S. car market: (11/30/08) Yet another ...
Ford and General Motors, both in the midst of massive expansions in India, are
chief ... the world's first $2,500 passenger car - later named the Tata Nano - in
Feb 17, 2016 ... General Motors named its Asian manufacturing boss, Phil Kienle, as head ... in
countries such as India and China to meet rising demand from Asia. ... a more
efficient ramp-up of new cars and other related tasks stemming from ...
Jeffrey A. Taylor named deputy General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer
.... GM India projects sales growth of around 10%, even as the total India car ...
Apr 7, 2016 ... DETROIT (Reuters) - General Motors Co's chief global vehicle designer, Ed
Welburn, will retire on July 1 and be replaced by 33-year company ...
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Reports from The Economic Times. ... General Motors to recall over two million
cars due to flawed engine in China ... Longtime General Motors design chief Ed
Welburn to retire after 44 years .... Nivruti Rai named as Intel India site general
Chevrolet: Named for race car driver Louis Chevrolet. In 1911 ... Pontiac: Named
for the town of Pontiac, Michigan, USA, which was named after an Indian chief.