Lutz: GM consistent on GEN V Pontiac GTO
Bob Lutz has been one of the ‘mighty hands’ involved in bringing forth Holden Monaro to the US very much similar to the Pontiac GTO of the yesteryears, like in the year 2004. The car make and its functionality did receive critical acclamation; however, it was a disaster when it came to high quality sales. As for the present, Road & Track reports that whatever was suspected was correct- ‘no smoke without fire’- Pontiac was manufacturing on a two-doored; G8-coupe prior to its shuttering process.Photo 1: PONTIAC
That article in R&T which is present online has Lutz explaining that newer versions of GTO are there to resolve several issues that were found in the original. With the speculations from Car Advice suggesting that the renewed car models would be made to look like refashioning/ remodeling has been done to the Holden Coupe 60 Concept differentiating it from 2008 car models. There are, however, several theories related to the same context. Pontiac is in no need for fabled name and fame. Whatever is the truth must be outlined before the people who want to know more related to the subject story.
That version of the Pontiac could have seen a huge exodus from the year 2004 to year 2006 GTO. With an enormously large hood and shorter rear deck; consisting of an almost fast backed roofing and a wider greenhouse installed with a tall enough belt, the car looked like something nicely done and well-meant for those who use it. The arches of the wheels were heavily pronounced, along with the chin portion and rocker-paneling splitters giving it a ready to race appearance. Would the car make it? Would it be cool enough to let the GTO fully workable in the US? The expectations are high, though.Photo 2: Lutz: GM consistent on GEN V Pontiac GTO
Take a sneak-peek into the full galleria of the Coupe 60 Concept version car to get a rough idea on what would newer GTO ought to look like.