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Oldsmobile Alero Concept 1997 posters

Oldsmobile Alero Concept

The Oldsmobile Alero was introduced in the spring of 1998 as a 1999 model, designed to replace the Achieva and Cutlass. The Alero went into production on April 6, 1998, and was built in Lansing, Michigan. All Aleros were the last compact car and the last vehicle to be sold under the Oldsmobile brand name. On April 29, 2004, Oldsmobile stopped production of the Alero. History The design of the Alero originated in 1997 when Oldsmobile created the Alero Alpha concept car, a V6-powered sport coupe with a futuristic design. Elements of the concept car made their way the production Alero, which was offered in both a 4-door sedan and 2-door coupé. The car had many shared parts with the Pontiac Grand Am, and was part of the GM N platform. In 2003, the Alero's daytime running lights were changed from high-beam to low-beam. Oldsmobile also sold the Alero in select European countries as the Chevrolet Alero, which only came as a sedan. The car still featured Oldsmobile badging even when sold as a Chevrolet, since the European market was unfamiliar with the badge. The Toronado was also marketed similarly. To celebrate the end of Alero production, Oldsmobile released the Final 500 Edition. This featured custom graphics inspired by vintage Oldsmobile logos, dark cherry metallic paint, and a plaque with the car's individual number out of 500. Interestingly, the last Alero of the 500, was signed under its hood by the employees of the GM Lansing plant, and given to the R.E. Olds Transportation Museum.

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