Is a Pontiac Grand Prix a muscle car?

An incredibly rare, and shockingly powerful muscle car, the Grand Prix Super Duty today is worth well into the 6-figures.

What is a Grand Prix 2 2?

The Grand Prix was Pontiac’s NASCAR entry for 1986, and due to its dissatisfying performance, they introduced a homologation variant called the 2+2, which, much like Chevy’s Monte Carlo, was fitted with a signature bubble rear window for enhanced aerodynamics.

How fast is a Pontiac Grand Prix car?

Speedometers were revised with numerals now topping at 100 mph (160 km/h) rather than the 120 or 140 mph (230 km/h) readings found in previous years and speed readings in kilometers were added.

What does 2 2 Pontiac mean?

Perceiving a niche for a lower-priced sporty version of its big B-body, Pontiac added the “2+2” option package for the mid-range Catalina coupe and convertible for 1964. The $291 package essentially added bucket seats, special trim, and heavy-duty suspension.

What years did Pontiac make the 2 2?

The Pontiac 2+2 is a full size automobile that was manufactured by Pontiac, built on the B-body chassis….

Pontiac 2+2
Also called Parisienne 2+2 (Canada)
Production 1964-1967 in the U.S.
Body and chassis
Class Full-size car

What car manufacturer made the Catalina?

PontiacGeneral Motors
Pontiac Catalina/Manufacturers

Which Pontiac GTO is best?

In terms of performance, the 1969 GTO was a force to reckon with in the lineup. With this great feature, the 1969 Pontiac GTO is the most highly-priced GTO model today, even though it didn’t have the best performance, nor was it the fastest model on the lineup.

What was the Pontiac Grand Prix 2 + 2 in 1986?

And in 1986, there was a bit of a shakeup. The tail lamps changed in design, featuring three different sections! And less impressively, there was a new body style on offer: the 2+2. This new greenhouse-inspired coupe was paired with the similar Monte Carlo SS 2+2 for a single model year.

When was the Pontiac Grand Prix Aerocoupe 2 + 2 made?

The 1986 Pontiac Grand Prix Aerocoupe 2+2 was built to fix a major issue with General Motors’ G-body coupes (which also included the Chevrolet Monte Carlo).

What kind of engine does a Pontiac Grand Prix 2 + 2 have?

At the front, a pointy aerodynamic nose replaced the boxy standard front clip. All examples came painted in the same two-tone grey scheme, with 2+2 signage here and there. Other standard 2+2 features included 5.0-liter V8 power, plus a transmission upgrade in the form of a four-speed 200-4R. All used the same Rally II wheels.

What was the 0-60 mph time of a 1986 Pontiac 2 + 2?

Worth noting, High Performance Pontiac magazine (October 1986 issue) was able to obtain a 0-60 mph time of 9.2 seconds and a 1/4 mile time of 17.1 seconds with a factory stock 1986 2+2 which showed maybe the 2+2 had more potential than the Car and Driver test suggested.