GM Performance Division
GM Performance Division is a division within General Motors (GM) that is responsible for developing performance vehicles for the various brands of GM. Its creations include the Super Sport vehicles from Chevrolet, the V-series from Cadillac, the GXP series from Pontiac, and the Red Line series from Saturn. GM Performance Division also develops race vehicles, as well as parts sold through dealer networks (GM Performance Parts or GMPP). The GM Performance Division was established in 2001 and is based in Warren, Michigan.
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