Despite still being a few hours away from the official reveal, the folks at the General have graciously dropped some video clips of the new 2009 Pontiac Vibe onto a public web site, so we've decided to go ahead and run them. The video gives us a bit more of a look at the new Vibe-rator than the one press shot we've already been handed. The arrow-headed brand's newly redesigned 2009 Pontiac Vibe comes on the heels of the SEMA reveals of its two NUMMI-platform stable mates, the Toyota Corolla and Toyota Matrix. The five-seat, crossover SUV features a revised exterior and interior design and enhanced safety features, including a tire pressure monitoring system, OnStar and an electronic vehicle stability control system. In addition, GM's also announcing the return of the all-wheel-drive and GT models to the Vibe line-up which should, you know, be something for anyone whom this car may perhaps build excitement in. Depending on the model and engine size, the Vibe's fuel economy in the city varies from an estimated 19 mpg to 26 mpg. All 2009 Vibe models are scheduled to rollout in early 2008. We'll have more shortly. UPDATE: Live reveal shots of the 2009 Pontiac Vibe below.
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