Source: Autoweek.com - Mark Vaughn
guy was either having a heart attack or was about to kill us. Maybe both. In either case, someone was going to die. He walked up, leaned into the window of the fabulous Pontiac G8 sedan we had just driven and paused, searching for words--and for air.
"These are [huff, huff], these are [wheeze] engineering prototypes," he said, in much the same way the guy in the grapefruit commercial says, "Grapefruit must be eaten in halves!"
Then he inhaled again and reiterated, "Engineering prototypes!"
And darn good ones, too, sir. He was apparently concerned that an engineering prototype was something under development and therefore not as completely and reliably bolted together as a regular production car. He needn't have worried about that. This was easily the best-handling Pontiac sedan ever made, engineering prototype or production powerhouse.
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