Slowly, as they're still one GM brand "struggling" to sort out and get to what they need to be. The smaller G5 is a re-stickerfied Cobalt, meant to appease dealers who desperately needed something to fill in for all the Sunfire sales they were missing. The G6 mid-size sedan certainly didn't start out well, and the looks are a mish-mash, as are parts of the performance--but that's a car from the split between old and new GM. Then you have the 90's style Grand Prix, which will finally be dead soon. Followed by the rebadged Chevy Equinox, the Torrent, also which isn't terrible, but isn't Pontiac.I think its an awesome looking sport/family sedan car
Finally Pontiac is really starting to be what they should have for a long time.
It's getting an LS2, right? If so, I agree, a lot of easy hp.I saw it in person at the Chicago auto show, beautiful vehicle.
Looks like they will be pricing it similar to the GTO. The one thing it has over the Charger R/T is the availability of a manual transmission.
I am sure you can get some easy hp out of the motor too, they are pretty restricted from the factory.
It will be out just in the time I will be shopping for my next car, have to add another potential to the list :thumbsup:
Same here, and it's upon my list as well. I loved the GTO even when it seemed like no one did, and this is a current interpretation of a similar theme, but in sedan form, and with more option and equipment choices.It will be out just in the time I will be shopping for my next car, have to add another potential to the list :thumbsup:
That sounds right. I think I read an article and they said something about the GTO and I might have thought it was getting an LS2. Oh well... atleast I got the displacement right! LOL!I thought it was the L76 6.0 liter going in there? That is a variant of the vortec motors?
Man I hope you are right. I don't think the WS6 is going anywhere, but it might for a 400+ hp G8.Betcha there will be gxp with the firebreathing 400+ hp engine