Pontiac may be dead in the water but some enthusiasts - and until today, Bob Lutz among them - have been clamoring for at least one of the brand’s cars to be rebadged and sold under another GM brand - the Australian-built Pontiac G8. Designed and constructed by GM's Holden subsidiary Down Under, the G8 had been pegged for re-branding as a Chevrolet Caprice. Today, however, Bob Lutz made it clear that no such plans are in the works. GM CEO Fritz Henderson has previously answered with a resounding "no" when talking about a future for the Pontiac G8 GXP, but today's news sounds the death...
Cadillac STS-V and Pontiac G6 GXP absent from 2010 GM lineup
General Motors is trimming its model lineup to get rid of its underperforming sport models across all its brands. Just yesterday, it was revealed that Chevrolet will no longer offer the Impala SS variant for 2010, nor will it offer the 2010 Cobalt SS sedan. Following in the footsteps of these two...James Martinez
GM Performance Parts enhanced Pontiac Solstice GXP Coupe
Not much has been heard about Pontiac’s new Solstice Coupe since it was unveiled back in March at the New York Auto Show, but the car is set to make headlines again, this time at the upcoming SEMA Auto Show. A new concept version of the Coupe fitted with an assortment of accessories from GM...Ralph Hanson
Pontiac G8 GXP 'Street' powered by 7.4L LSX454 V8
General Motors has released the first details about its SEMA offerings for this year’s show, with the Pontiac brand once again getting most of the limelight. One of the stars is based on the new G8 GXP, which for SEMA has been fitted with a new LSX454 crate engine from GM Performance Parts...James Martinez