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GM Delta platform

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Delta was General Motors' compact front-wheel drive automobile and crossover SUV platform, a successor to the GM T platform; it also replaced GM J platform and the Z platform used by the Saturn S-Series. The platform debuted in the 2003 Saturn Ion. Vehicles of this platform generally carry the symbol "A" in the fourth digit of their VINs. The architecture was developed by Opel in Germany.

The Volkswagen Jetta is said to have been the target for the design group. Delta uses an independent suspension in front and torsion bar type in the rear. The Ecotec Family II engine is widely used, as are a 4-speed automatic and 5-speed manual transmission.

Delta

Applications

Current and former vehicles based on this platform:

Delta II

Delta II is General Motors' future compact car platform, which was also developed by Opel. It is the successor to the GM Delta platform. Internally it is simply known as a new Global Compact Vehicle Architecture or GCV.

Applications

Production vehicles based on Delta II platform:

Announced production vehicles to be based on Delta II platform:

Potential vehicles to be based on this platform:

See Also

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