The V platform, or V-body, automobile platform designation was used by General Motors for the Cadillac Allante halo car. It was a shortened version of the E-body used in the Buick Riviera, Buick Reatta, Oldsmobile Toronado, and Cadillac Eldorado. The Allante was a personal luxury car, partially built in Italy and sold in limited numbers. General Motors also used the GM V platform (1966) designation for unrelated global sedans. Application: * 1987–1993 Cadillac Allanté — 99.4 in (2525 mm) wheelbase, front-wheel drive

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  • The V platform, or V-body, automobile platform designation was used by General Motors for the Cadillac Allante halo car. It was a shortened version of the E-body used in the Buick Riviera, Buick Reatta, Oldsmobile Toronado, and Cadillac Eldorado. The Allante was a personal luxury car, partially built in Italy and sold in limited numbers. General Motors also used the GM V platform (1966) designation for unrelated global sedans. Application: * 1987–1993 Cadillac Allanté — 99.4 in (2525 mm) wheelbase, front-wheel drive (en)
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  • The V platform, or V-body, automobile platform designation was used by General Motors for the Cadillac Allante halo car. It was a shortened version of the E-body used in the Buick Riviera, Buick Reatta, Oldsmobile Toronado, and Cadillac Eldorado. The Allante was a personal luxury car, partially built in Italy and sold in limited numbers. General Motors also used the GM V platform (1966) designation for unrelated global sedans. Application: * 1987–1993 Cadillac Allanté — 99.4 in (2525 mm) wheelbase, front-wheel drive (en)
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  • GM V platform (1987) (en)
  • GM V (1986) (ru)
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