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Since 2000, the successive variants of Renault Clio RS have led to it becoming the best-selling performance hatchback of its class, with worldwide sales totalling more than 70000, vehicles.

The Pontiac Grand Prix is an automobile manufactured by the Pontiac division of Basic Motors Corporation. First presented as part of Pontiac's full-size model product for the 1962 model year, the Pontiac Grand Prix name has also been applied to vehicles in the personal luxury vehicle sphere segment and the mid-size product, slotting below the big Bonneville in the company's lineup.

The Renault Vel Satis is an executive vehicle manufactured by the French maker Renault. It was launched at the 2001 Geneva Motorshow to replace the already-discontinued Safrane and has nothing in common with the 1990s concept vehicle of the same name. The Renault Vel Satis is distinguished by its unusual height, which benefits dashboard room but results in rather ungainly proportions.

The Renault Avantime was a Coupé/mpv automobile marketed by the French maker Renault (though in fact developed and built by the French maker Matra) between 2001 and 2003. Despite, or perhaps because of, its radical and original layout, it suffered from very poor sales and was discontinued after only two years of production.

Porsche 911 Targa is without doubt the most avantgarde 911, a vehicle absolutely original the world over in its style and character. Introducing the two new Porsche 911 Targa 4 and Porsche 911 Targa 4S models, Porsche is now concluding the fastest generation change ever seen within the 911 model family.

Very low-slung, very sporty and very rare: Porsche is to release a small series of the new Porsche 911 Speedster. Paying homage to the first Porsche model to bear the name Speedster - the 356 Speedster from 1954 - the new model will be limited to just 356 cars. The twoseater differs significantly from the other members of the 911 family.

Porsche AG is widening the top end of its Carrera model line and pairing up every of the two Porsche 911 Carrera GTS with an all-wheel drive twin. That means that the Porsche 911 Carrera 4 GTS Coupé and Cabriolet will combine the 408 hp (300 Kw) top of the range motor of the Carrera GTS family with the intelligent, all-wheel drive Porsche Traction Management (PTM).

The Pontiac Torrent is a sport utility car (SUV) sold by the Pontiac division of Basic Motors, and replaced the U-body Aztek as the company's crossover SUV for 2006. Basically, the Pontiac Torrent is an upscale Chevrolet Equinox on the Theta platform. The Pontiac Torrent was presented at the 2005 Los Angeles Auto Show and went on sale in late summer 2005.

The Pontiac Sunfire was presented in the 1995 model year as the compact vehicle to replace the Sunbird. Not only was the name changed, but exciting look-and-feel changes were included as well. The new look-and-feel was shared with the Chevrolet Cavalier, though Chevrolet did not change the Cavalier name.

Drawing inspiration from classic sports vehicles, the 2009 Pontiac Solstice coupe was created for drivers who appreciate both exciting look-and-feel and balanced performance. Represented at the New York Auto Show as a GXP model, the Pontiac Solstice coupe builds on the success of the convertible model while product a greater range of all-season driving opportunities.

The Pontiac Montana is a minivan from the Pontiac division of Basic Motors. It replaced the Pontiac Trans Sport (1990-1998). It will be discontinued after the 2006 model year because of slow sales in the US, but will continue to be sold in Canada. The Pontiac Montana nameplate was used as a trim level of the Pontiac Trans Sport van from 1997 to 1998, but dropped the Trans Sport for 1999.

In 1999, the Pontiac Grand Am was refactored again and entered its fifth generation, with its only identical sibling being the Oldsmobile Alero. It has been reported that the very first 1999 Pontiac Grand Am rolled off the assembly line on June 15, 1998.

Expanding its portfolio in the quickly growing small vehicle segment, Pontiac announced plans to bring the sporty, 5-door hatchback Pontiac G3 to U. showrooms early next year. When it arrives, the Pontiac G3 will offer Pontiac with a total of four cars capable of more than 30 miles per gallon on the highway.

The Pontiac Firebird was a sporty compact vehicle built by the Pontiac Motor Division of Basic Motors and was produced from 1967 until 2002. Available in both coupé and convertible body styles, the Pontiac Firebird was characterized by its aggressive look-and-feel and cheap muscle vehicle performance.

The Peugeot Hoggar is evidence of the company's international ambitions and confirmation that Peugeot is speeding up its new offering release strategy. Designed in Brazil, for the Brazilian sphere, the pick-up is developed to meet the requirements of the local clientele, consolidating Peugeot's position as national maker.

The Pontiac Aztek, presented late in the 2001 model year (launch alongside rivals the Hyundai Santa Fe and Toyota Highlander) and manufactured via the 2005 model year, was a mid-size crossover SUV manufactured by the Basic Motors marque Pontiac. The car is most noteworthy for its polarizing look look-and-feel which is a source of extensive ridicule from both the public and the press.

More than just a concept vehicle which has become a reality, the Peugeot RCZ marks a new chapter in the history of Peugeot lifestyle cars. Its expressive and high-tech look-and-feel, its premium dashboard, its efficient and environmentally- friendly engines and the driving enjoyment they create will project the Marque into a future which promises to be more impressive than ever.

The Peugeot Bipper Tepee is a new and original multi-purpose car from Peugeot. Practical, simple to handle and compact, it provides an unrivalled level of versatility that will delight those in search of a nontraditional car which is simple to use and well-suited to its tailored role.

Peugeot Sport profited from the final round of the 2008 Le Mans Series at Silverstone to unveil a Peugeot 908 Hdi FAP equipped with a hybrid performance plant, featuring a kinetic energy recovery system.

On 14 June 2005, Peugeot announced its decision to accept a new technological challenge: to win one of the world's most prestigious and demanding motor races, the Le Mans 24 Hours, with a vehicle powered by an Hdi diesel motor equipped with a diesel particulate filter system (DPFS).