The Oldsmobile Calais, renamed the Cutlass Calais for 1988, and briefly available in 1987 as the limited edition GMO Quad 4, was a compact car produced by General Motors from 1985 through 1991. In part, it was intended to replace the Omega in Oldsmobile's lineup. It shared the GM N platform with the Pontiac Grand Am and the Buick Skylark/Somerset and was replaced by the Oldsmobile Achieva in 1992. During this time, Oldsmobile also produced two other Cutlass models, the Cutlass Ciera and Cutlass Supreme, each on its own platform. The 1985 Calais, named for the city in Northern France, was chosen to be the Indianapolis 500 Pace car that year. The first production model, was a white Calais Supreme 2-door with a gray velour interior. Equipped with an automatic transmission and the 92 horsepower, 151 CID OHV 4-cylinder engine, this particular model was outfitted with nearly every available option, including wire wheel covers. While this front-wheel drive car is maintained by the R.E. Olds Transportation Museum in Lansing, Michigan, it is just one of the more than 700 vehicles that make up the GM Heritage Collection of historically significant vehicles that date back to the early 1900s. The Calais Supreme was auctioned in April, 2009, and sold for $6,820.