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1967 Corvair Monza
1996-1999 Saturn SW

The Z platform or Z-body automobile platform designation was used on two different types of vehicles made by General Motors. The first was the second-generation Chevrolet Corvair from 1965 to 1969, which was a rear-wheel-drive and rear-engine compact car that replaced the previous Y-Body Corvair. The second was Saturn's automobile platform from its debut in 1990 until 2002, which were front-wheel drive compact cars. This platform was replaced with the GM Delta platform.

Vehicles using the rear-drive/rear-engine Z-body include:

Vehicles using the front-drive/front-engine Z-body include:

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