Nope...They are a European Company. They are used on like 1 out of 3 European cars (MB, BMW, Audi, etc.)saint gobain is a MA based company...wonder why they're making auto glass for australian cars
My 2009 GT's front glass says Pilkington. It does have the proper symbol though. The rest of my glass is normal tempered glass, made by the company listed by the OP.
The first picture is exactly how my OEM windshield looked. Your second picture is a PGW (PPG) replacement windshield. I have the same exact logo on the windshield I had installed after my OEM cracked.Here u go
For the record, these pics were taken from a used 2009.1 v6 on the lot of a local dealership.
Oddly, the windshield of MY 2009.1 car does NOT have any of these graphics on it.
Go figure. :huh:
Hope this helps....
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i have the same front glass. all automotive glass
is a two glass and laminate sandwich. maybe the
laminate is thicker on our windshields.
Only the windshield on the G8's are laminated. All the other glass is single sheet safety glass designed to break into small pieces.
As far as I know there are only 3 companies that make automotive glass. BTW those same companies make aerospace glass.Nope...They are a European Company. They are used on like 1 out of 3 European cars (MB, BMW, Audi, etc.)
Good luck on finding a Sekuirt replacement - I couldn't get one sourced from 3 different glass companies in So Cal where windshields are replaced at the same rate as McDonalds serves Big Macs!! I en ded up going with a PGW windshield that has their acoustic layer called "Soundmaster" installed. It's as quiet as the OEM piece was.
Have yet to get into a moonroof equppied vehicle and not get noise, usually closing the shade does it on all of themMost of my wind noise comes from the sunroof. At interstate speeds its so annoying that I have to keep the sun shade closed. I thought about getting one of those deflectors, but I am not sure if I will like that on the roof.