What happened to Pontiac?

What happened to Pontiac?

Pontiac, or sometimes known as the Pontiac Motor Division of General Motors, was an automotive brand that was owned by General Motors. Pontiac was sold in North America through the United States, Canada and Mexico. At one point, it was one of GM’s most profitable brands but by 2010, the brand was dead. What happened? …

The rise and fall of SAAB

The rise and fall of SAAB

For the record, we are going to be talking about Saab Automobiles company today and not Saab in general. It should be noted that “Saab” is a defence and security company that has operated since the late 1930s when the company began life as an aeroplane manufacturer. The company name, Saab, itself stands for Svenska…

5 Weird rules Lamborghini employees must follow

5 Weird rules Lamborghini employees must follow

Lamborghini is easily one of the most iconic sports car brands to have ever existed and the Italian company has strict rules to ensure it stays that way. Interestingly enough, Lamborghini comes from humble beginnings with founder Ferruccino Lamborghini, who was originally manufacturing tractors. Essentially, he wanted something more refined as a grand touring car…

Deal find: 1969 Pontiac Grand Prix with 45k original miles

Deal find: 1969 Pontiac Grand Prix with 45k original miles

The Pontiac Grand Prix is unique in the sense that it has filled a couple different vehicle classes and it’s production spanned several decades. However, the “coolest” and probably most desired Grand Prix’s are the early generation ones from 1962-1972. Today, we are looking at a third generation Grand Prix which were produced from 1969…