The GTO was one of the sporty coupe models Pontiac built. It started life as a muscle car in 1964 and lasted only ten years, and was revived for three years (2004-2006), just before GM shut down their Pontiac division. The 2004 model year was equipped with a 5.7L LS1 engine, while the 2005 and 2006 models were equipped with a 6.0L LS2.
|Weight||3500 lbs.||3840 lbs.||N/A||N/A||3725 lbs.||3725 lbs.||3725 lbs.|
|Limited Top Speed||114 MPH||N/A||N/A||N/A||155 MPH||160 MPH||160 MPH|
|Width||74.4 in.||N/A||N/A||72.5 in.||72.5 in.||72.5 in.||72.5 in.|
|Height||N/A||NA||NA||NA||54.9 in.||54.9 in.||54.9 in.|
|Wheelbase||115 in.||112 in.||N/A||111 in.||109.8 in.||109.8 in.||109.8 in.|
|Largest Engine||400 CID V8||5.7L Pontiac V8||LS1||LS2||LS2|