Public outcry resulted in GM adding a 2.8L V6 as part of a GT option for 1985, and in 1986 the GT would get its own body style known as the "fastback". Non-fastbacks would become known as "notchbacks".
In 1987 the notchbacks' bumpers were slightly redesigned. The GT's suspension was redesigned to feel more like a sports car in 1988. Also, the Formula option was added, using the GT's redesigned suspension and 2.8L V6, but built on a notchback body.
The car was canceled in 1988. Reasons are mixed, but many believe Fiero was cutting into Corvette sales. Others believe the car's reputation was destroyed after a fire issue with the engine in the early 1984 models due to the wrong oil pan being installed (all 1984 Fieros were recalled and had larger oil pans installed). The car today has a loyal following with many parts and modifications available. Many owners have installed V8's in their Fieros, including Corvette's LS1.
All Saturns, and the Pontiac Trans Sport/Chevrolet Lumina APV minivans were designed in a similar way to the Fiero featuring the fiberglass body panels...
fiera: (feminine) same shit but for a female
UNTAMED would be the perfect definition (=
evuelve a los hombres
y los dejan
basically saying that this girl is the player type of girl, she's wild, lets them fall for her and leaves 'em hahaha, sounds like me :D
a fiero would be pretty much the same only a male (=
the main explanation is that she/he is savage