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.
- Photo: Metaweb (FB) / Public domainThe Pontiac G8 is a rear-wheel drive sedan that was produced by Holden, the Australian General Motors subsidiary. The G8, a rebadged Holden Commodore, was released in early 2008 for the 2008 model year in the United States, and in 2008 for the 2009 model year in Canada. Production stopped in mid-2009, following the GM decision to suspend the Pontiac brand. While available, the G8 took the place in the Pontiac lineup of both the Pontiac Bonneville, which ceased production after the 2005 model year, and the Pontiac Grand Prix, which ceased production after the 2008 model year. The G8 was Pontiac's first full-size car since the Bonneville and the GTO coupe last sold in 2006. By December 2008,... more
- Class: Sedan, Full-size car, Coupé, Pickup truck, Intermediate
- Photo: Metaweb (FB) / Public domainThe Pontiac Grand Prix is a luxury-performance automobile that was produced by the Pontiac division of General Motors from 1962 to 2008. First introduced as part of Pontiac's full-size model offering for the 1962 model year, the Grand Prix name was also applied to cars in the personal luxury car market segment and the mid-size offering, slotting below the large Bonneville in Pontiac's model lineup.... more
- Class: Personal luxury car, Mid-size car
- Photo: Mike Spasoff / FlickrThe Pontiac Solstice was a sports car from the Pontiac division of General Motors. Introduced at the 2004 North American International Auto Show, the Solstice roadster began production in Wilmington, Delaware, starting in mid-2005 for the 2006 model year. The exterior styling of the production Solstice is similar to that of the 2002 Solstice concept that preceded it. Production of the Solstice was to be running before summer 2005, but delays at the Wilmington plant pushed volume production to the fourth quarter. The new hardtop targa top 2009 model was announced in mid-2008. The Solstice uses the GM Kappa platform, which also underpins the Saturn Sky, Opel GT, and Daewoo G2X. The Solstice... more
- Class: Coupé, Roadster
- The Pontiac G6 is a mid-size car produced under the Pontiac brand of American automaker General Motors. It was introduced in the fall of 2004 to replace the Grand Am. The car was built on the GM Epsilon platform which it shared with the Chevrolet Malibu and Saab 9-3 along with other General Motors vehicles. Features included a remote starting system, traction control/ABS, electronic stability control, automatic headlights as well as a panoramic sunroof option. Its name derives from being the successor to the Pontiac Grand Am, and serves as the "sixth generation" of the Grand Am, hence G6 The name change from Grand Am to G6 was implemented to help reposition Pontiac as a rival to BMW, and... more
- Class: Mid-size car, Sedan, Coupé, Convertible