Below is a list of all Pontiac cars and models that have come out so far. This Pontiac vehicle model list includes photos of Pontiac vehicles along with release dates and body types of each car. You can also find Pontiacs on best muscle cars and most ticketed cars. Did you use to drive one of the old Pontiac cars on this list? The company has had hits and misses, but definitely have put out some great cars. Among the models on this Pontiac cars list is the Pontiac GTO, Pontiac Aztek, and plenty of others - even many a Pontiac sports car - making for a complete listing of all Pontiac models.
This list of car models made by Pontiac is a great way to see how Pontiac has evolved over the years. Who makes Pontiac? The brand was manufactured by General Motors until 2009, when Pontiac production stopped. However, the brand was already well-established in the car world, with lots of Pontiac sports cars, Pontiac classic cars (like the GTO), and other popular Pontiac automobiles.Pontiac types list below also have car class information available if you click on their names and go to their dedicated page. When it comes to Pontiac car models, there are lots of Pontiacs - old and new - to peruse and learn about, whether you're a collector or just curious about one of America's storied car companies.
The Pontiac GTO is an automobile that was built by the Pontiac division of General Motors from 1964 to 1974, and by the GM subsidiary Holden in Australia from 2004 to 2006. The first generation GTO was a muscle car of the 1960s and 1970s era. Although there were earlier muscle cars, the Pontiac GTO is considered by some to have started the trend with all four domestic automakers offering a variety of competing models. From 1964 until midway through 1973, the GTO was related to the mid-sized Pontiac Tempest/LeMans. The 1974 GTO was a one-year only optional package available on the compact-sized two-door Pontiac Ventura. The GTO model was revived from 2004 to 2006 model years as a captive ...more
Make: Pontiac, General Motors, Holden
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#1 on The Best 1960s Carssee more on Pontiac GTO
The Pontiac Aztek is a mid-size crossover marketed by Pontiac from the 2001 model year to the 2005 model year along with its corporate cousin, the Buick Rendezvous. As a four-door crossover with a front engine and four-wheel drive, the Aztek featured a four-speed automatic transmission with a V-6 engine. Marketed by Pontiac as a "sport recreational vehicle," The Aztek used a shortened platform shared with GM's minivans featuring 94 cubic feet of cargo room capable of carrying a 4' x 8' sheet of plywood with its rear seats removed. The design employed conventional rear swing-open kammback rather than sliding doors and a bi-parting rear tailgate, the lower section formed with seat indentations ...more
Make: Pontiac, General Motors
Class: Mid-size car, Sport utility vehicle, Crossover SUVsee more on Pontiac Aztek
The Pontiac Vibe is a compact hatchback automobile which was sold under the Pontiac marque from 2002 to 2010. It was jointly developed by General Motors along with Toyota, who manufactures the mechanically similar Toyota Matrix. Manufactured by the Toyota-GM joint venture NUMMI in Fremont, California, the Vibe succeeded the Geo Prizm in production at NUMMI, and like the Prizm, the Vibe was derived from the Toyota Corolla. From 2002 to 2004, a rebadged right-hand drive variant of the Vibe was exported as the Toyota Voltz to the Japanese domestic market. The Voltz was not popular in Japan and discontinued after two model years. Production of the Vibe ended in 2010 with the discontinuation of ...more
Make: Pontiac, General Motors, Toyota
Class: Compact car, Hatchback
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The Pontiac Grand Am is a mid-size car and later a compact car that was produced by the Pontiac division of General Motors. The Grand Am had two separate 3-year runs in the 1970s: from 1973 to 1975, and again from 1978 to 1980. It was based on the GM A platform. Production of the Grand Am was canceled in 1980 when it was replaced by the Pontiac 6000. The Grand Am was reintroduced in 1985 when it replaced the Pontiac Phoenix. It was Pontiac's best selling car and later replaced by the Pontiac G6, so named as it was intended to be the 6th generation of the Grand Am. All 1973-75 Grand Ams were built in Pontiac, Michigan at Pontiac's main assembly plant. 1978-1980 Grand Ams were built in ...more
Make: Pontiac, General Motors
Class: Sedan, Coupésee more on Pontiac Grand Am