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2 Mark Reuss Executive Director, Vehicle Architecture and GM Performance Division

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4 GM Performance Parts Phase 1: Develop concept/idea Phase 2: Build concept Phase 3:Product ready and consider for sale 3 Phase Approach

5 Mark Reuss Executive Director Architectural Engineering, GM Performance Division Gary Edwards Director Vehicle Architecture Center Jesse Ortega Director Vehicle Architecture BFI Joe Katona Director Vehicle Architecture BOF Gary Teran Director Vehicle Architecture Competitiveness Ken Michie Director Design Center PPO Shops John Wiley Director Second Stage/Specialty Vehicles Al Oppenheiser Director Engineering Concept/Show Vehicles John Heinricy Director High Performance Vehicle Operations Kip Wasenko Design Director GM Performance Division Scott Brewer Director Global Show – Vehicle & Quality Fleet Admin. Architectural Engineering

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8 GM as a Risk Taker  Creation of GMAC  Rejection philosophy  China initiatives  Cadillac reinvention

9  Facilitate disciplined business-like approach –Proof of concept –Second stage production –High performance variant –Concepts and show vehicles Performance Division

10  Facilitate disciplined business-like approach  Build credibility with opinion-makers  Create halo benefiting GM, our divisions, dealers and partners Performance Division

11 Methodology  “Toolbox” providing high degree of integration between GM divisions  Common design, analysis and test tools and processes –Allows designs between race and production to be shared seamlessly –Transfers learning throughout the organization –Leverages creativity with discipline

12 Methodology  “Toolbox” providing high degree of integration between GM divisions  Common design, analysis and test tools and processes  Produce a steady stream of “cures” for common car

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14 Pontiac Bonneville GXP  4.6 liter DOHC V-8 with 275hp  Performance-tuned handling package: –Four-wheel independent suspension –StabiliTrak –Electronically controlled transaxle with 3.71 final drive ratio

15 Cadillac CTS-V  400hp, 5.7 liter V-8, Tremec T56 six-speed manual transmission  Brembo performance brakes  18-inch wheels and tires  Retuned shocks (“optional Nurburgring Package”)  Interior and exterior styling refinements

16 Saturn Red Line ION  Integrated performance package: –2.0 liter supercharged, intercooled version of the Ecotec 4-cylinder engine –Racetrack bred suspension –Unique styling

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21 700 to 1400 Hp 375 Hp 220 Hp 170 to 180 Hp 140 hp Stage 0 Stage 4 Stage 3 Stage 2 Stage 1 Volume High Low HPVO/GMPP GM Racing/GMPP HPVO/ GMPP/ OEM engine builders Production (GMPT) Low High $250 - $1000 >$5000 $ $5500 $ $ /yr 3000/yr 300/yr 100/yr Stakeholders GM Racing/GMPP OEM engine builders Ecotec Performance Vision – Where We Started Cost SCCA Solo/ Street enthusiast SCCA Pro/ Extreme street All Motor Drag/Midget Racing Pro Drag/ Bonneville/ C&D Shootout Production

22 700 to 1400 Hp 375 Hp 220 Hp 170 to 180 Hp Stage 0 Stage 4 Stage 3 Stage 2 Stage 1 Production SCCA Solo/ Street enthusiast SCCA Pro/ Extreme street Low High $250 - $1000 >$5000 $ $5500 $ $ /yr 3000/yr 300/yr 100/yr Status All Motor Drag/Midget Racing Ecotec Performance Vision – Current Status 205 hp LSJ – crate/ production 180 hp supercharger kit Complete – drag race engine, parts, cookbook In development – “All Motor” drag race engine, parts, cookbook 140 hp – 2.2L production 170 hp – 2.4L future prod. Core of the Tuner Market 140 hp 180 to 220 Hp 220 to 300 Hp Pro Drag/ Bonneville/ C&D Shootout Volume HighLow Cost

23 700 to 1400 Hp 375 Hp 220 Hp 170 to 180 Hp Stage 1 Stage 5 Stage 4 Stage 3 Stage 2 Production SCCA Solo/ Street enthusiast SCCA Pro/ Extreme street All Motor Drag/Midget Racing Ecotec Performance Vision – Marketing Desired Status 180 to 220 Hp 220 to 300 Hp 205 hp – LSJ crate/production 200 hp – 2.4L cam/cal kit 180 hp – 2.2L supercharger kit 1000hp – race engine Parts, cookbook 350+ hp – “All Motor” race engine Parts, cookbook hp – upgrade to LSJ, 2.2L/2.4L SC kit 230+hp – upgrade to LSJ & 2.2L SC kit 230+hp – 2.4L SC kit (same as 2.2L?) hp Base Production SCCA Solo/ Street enthusiast hp 170 hp – 2.4L future prod. 140 hp – 2.2L production Desired Status Pro Drag/ Bonneville/ C&D Shootout

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29 Market Requirements Center of the pyramid – 180 to 300 hp 2.2L Supercharger 230+hp Upgrade to above Add intercooler Internal upgrades New calibration Ready to install kit EO’d hp For extreme tuner Hard parts only Supported w/ cookbook 2.0L LSJ Upgrade 230+hp Minimal new hard parts New calibration Ready to install kit EO’d, warranty hp For extreme tuner Hard parts only Supported w/cookbook 205hp Production Cobalt SS-SC Red Line Crate engine 2.4L (170hp) Upgrade 230+hp Leverage 2.2L supercharger kit? Ready to install kit EO’d hp For extreme tuner Hard parts only Supported w/cookbook 200hp Hard parts No forced induction Cam and calibration? EO’d, warranty 180+hp Non-intercooled Stock internals New calibration Ready to install kit EO’d, warranty


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