Pontiac GTO

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Pontiac GTO - Car developed by Pontiac, Department of General Motors, engaged in production of sports cars from 1964 to 1974, and by General Motors Holden in Australia from 2004 to 2006. GTO is often called the first Muscle karom. C 1964 to 1973 served as a base for the GTO Pontiac Tempest, with the 1974 model year GTO was built on the basis of Pontiac Ventura.

GTO's plan was an engineer Russell Gee (Russell Gee), was engaged in a Pontiac engine, and chief engineer John De Lorian (John De Lorean). The first idea of a GTO owned by Shane Weiser (Shane Wiser). In early 1963 the authorities General Motors has issued an order which prohibits their units involved in motor racing. Subsequently, the advertising and marketing approach was based on the Pontiac performance cars and racing was an integral part of this strategy.