General Motors announced that the Pontiac Vibe for the U.S. market will end production at the end of August. The model, which is produced at the New United Motor Manufacturing Incorporated (NUMMI) facility jointly operated by GM and Toyota, may still be produced for the Canadian market for a short term beyond August.
“While no replacement for Vibe production has been determined, GM and Toyota remain in active discussions regarding potential future production at NUMMI,” GM said in a statement.
GM said that the production of the 2010 Pontiac Vibe began in March. The model will be the last model produced under the Pontiac badge.
– By: Omar Rana