How many G8 are in a GXP?

How many G8 are in a GXP?

Only 1,829 examples of the G8 GXP were ever sold. Remember, not all of them had a manual transmission which is part of what makes the one you see here special.

How many Pontiac G8 GXP were built?

Just 1,829 units of the GXP were built. After Pontiac’s demise, we never got to see the G8’s full potential. Enthusiasts dreamed that GM would have the courage to import the wagon or ute versions of the Commodore, either as Pontiac or Chevrolet models.

What is the fastest Pontiac ever made?

The 15 Fastest Cars Pontiac Ever Produced

  1. 1 2006 Pontiac GTO (175 mph)
  2. 2 2009 Pontiac G8 GXP (175 mph)
  3. 3 1998 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am (165 mph)
  4. 4 1963 Pontiac Tempest Super Duty (163 mph)
  5. 5 1973 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am 455 Super Duty (155 mph)
  6. 6 2005 Pontiac Grand Prix GXP (143 mph)

Is the Pontiac G8 GXP available in Canada?

Only a limited production of G8 GXP were available in Canada. 10 units were shipped to Canada, however, only 4 were sold to customers. The remaining 6 were disposed of through GM’s internal system. In 2014, General Motors released the Chevrolet SS, which was in essence the next generation of the G8 GXP.

Is the Pontiac G8 a front wheel drive car?

Pontiac G8. Jump to navigation Jump to search. The Pontiac G8 is a rear-wheel drive sedan that was produced by Holden in Australia, and then exported to the United States, where it was sold by Pontiac.

Is there a 6 speed manual on the Pontiac G8?

A 6-speed manual was being considered as an option on the GT model, but Pontiac decided against offering it, stating that it would instead be offered as an option on the G8 GXP. One change in 2009 was the deletion of the center stack oil pressure and voltage gauges.

When did the Pontiac G8 Go Out of production?

Pontiac G8. 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.