Pontiac Bonneville parts included General Motors' advanced fuel injection which was offered on the first production Bonnevilles in 1957 and 1958. From 1959, Bonneville became a permanent member of the full-size lineup. It was the top-of-the line model for most years too except for a few years in the seventies and eighties when the Grand Ville and Parisienne were offered. The Bonneville name comes from the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah. In 1982, the Bonneville further down-sized making it a mid-size car as all full-size Pontiacs were discontinued. From 1987 the Bonneville became a front-wheel drive car and remained that way until production ended in 2005. The Bonneville was spiritually replaced by the G8 but that model was soon dropped along with the rest of the Pontiac line.