1988 Pontiac Fiero GT: The first mid-engine American sports car
Pontiac Fiero - was supposed to be one of the best American cars - affordable, powerful, and inexpensive, with great design. But alas, it became a disaster and an absolute nightmare for GM.
1964 Pontiac Catalina: the powerful jewel of Detroit
Catalina was a great example of Pontiac's huge torque cars: it accelerated like lightning from a standstill, and the powerful engine and sporty options made it one of the fastest full-size cars produced in Detroit at the time.
1966 Pontiac GTO: The progenitor of muscle cars
The ancestor of all "muscle cars" - this is how many dubbed the legendary Pontiac GTO. Whether this is true or not is very controversial, however, it's hard to imagine a list of 10 American muscle cars where the GTO would not be, if not in the first place, then in the top three for sure.
1975 Pontiac Trans AM – the very first real muscle car in the world
Starting with building a sports car, Pontiac eventually developed the Trans AM, one of the most successful American muscle cars, which became a real legend. It was practically the very first real muscle car in the world.