Well, here's the rear-end shot that Dave was talking about. I think this car really hits the mark as far as intended market. Very clean. The coupe will be a 2+2, meaning there is two bucket seats in the back also, intended for two adults. The coupe uses the same long wheelbase as the Malibu Maxx that extends 112.3-inches increasing rear legroom. Click through for more pictures and info.
The G6 coupe will be available in GT or GTP trim packages. GTP adds the new 240 horsepower, 245 ft-lbs 3900 V-6, available in both 4-speed auto with manual shift mode or, hold onto you hats, a 6-speed manual! Is GM finally getting it?
The coupe will have other nice features like indexing door glass, rear seat console with cope holders, standard 4-wheel discs with ABS, standard traction control system, available leather with heated seats, in dash 6 CD changer and remote start,
The GT and GTP coupe comes standard with 17-inch wheels and can be upgraded to 18-inchers. The doors are massive at 6 inches longer than the sedans to aid in rear seat ingress/egress and house counterweights to provide a lighter feel when opening/closing.
The standard engine is what has been powering the G6 sedan, the 200 hp 3.5 liter V6. The 3500 is only available with a four speed auto with manual mode. I think the G6 coupe and convertible are real winners and fit in well with the competition.