2002 Pontiac Solstice Concept

Pontiac Solstice Concept

The Pontiac Solstice is a buggy from the Pontiac sectionalisation of World-wide Motors. Introduced at the 2004 Northwards American External Machine Appearance, the Solstice began output in Wilmington, Delaware start in mid-2005 for the 2006 framework class. The outside styling of the output Solstice is like thereto of the 2002 Solstice construct that preceded it. Pricing begins at US$ 19,995. Output of the Solstice was to be track ahead Summertime 2005, but delays at the Wilmington set pushed intensity product to the 4th stern.

2002 Pontiac Solstice Concept

The Solstice uses the GM Kappa chopine, which besides underpins the Saturn Sky and Opel GT. Pontiac may finally physique a fixed-roof coupe interpretation, which would reserve the Solstice to be eligible sure racing events not surface to convertibles.

The Solstice was nominative for the Northward American Car of the Class awarding and Conception of the Yr honour from the AJAC for 2006. It has been a walkaway hit for Pontiac, with 7,000 orders in the offset 10 years of handiness and 6,000 more orders ahead wintertime. Although freshman product was plotted at 7,000, GM apologized to customers for delays and increased yield, delivering 10,000 by Marching 1. The foundation toll was familiarised up to $20,490 in mid-December, but many buyers account paid $5,000 or more o’er poser to get a Solstice.

2002 Pontiac Solstice Concept

ACCELERATION – Seconds Zero to

  • 30 mph: 2.3
  • 40 mph: 3.7
  • 50 mph: 5.3
  • 60 mph: 7.2
  • 70 mph: 10.1
  • 80 mph: 13.1
  • 90 mph: 16.8
  • 100 mph: 22.2
  • 110 mph: 31.6

    2002 Pontiac Solstice Concept
  • 70-0 mph @ impendent locking: 165 ft

    2002 Pontiac Solstice Concept
  • Roadholding, 300-ft-dia skidpad: 0.88 g
  • Understeer: minimum chair undue

    2002 Pontiac Solstice Concept
  • EPA metropolis drive: 20 mpg
  • EPA highway impulsive: 28 mpg
  • Severally discovered: 16 mpg (Car and Driver follow-up)
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