A General Motors model is known as a G-body vehicle. When the new front-wheel-drive A-body models were released in 1982, the G-body cars’ identification was moved from A-body to G-body, where it had been before.
The Buick Regal, Chevrolet Monte Carlo, Chevrolet El Camino, Chevrolet Malibu, and numerous other models are G-body vehicles. NASCAR helped the Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS gain popularity.
People looking for some of the quickest production automobiles in the US at the time coveted the Buick Regal models. The G-body automobiles were among the most well-liked vehicles in the 1980s and are still well-liked now for rebuilding and restoration.