2001 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP 2dr Coupe (3.8L 6cyl S/C 4A)
I bought my GTP when it was two years old and had only 7k on it. At first I really like the torque of the supercharger, but after ridding in other non-supercharged six cylinder coupes/sedans i'm no longer impressed that much. The car has a nice exterior look to it, but once you open the door and set inside the cheesy interior appointments is what gets your attention. Way too much plastic inside. I have to say that the drivers seat is very comfortable, but the passenger seat is a bear. I've put 2k worth of go fast goodies in her and she now performs at a level that she should have stock with the almost 30k MSRP she had when new. Pontiac has lost there love afair with true real world performance
HUD, Drivers seat
Unlock all the power that the 3.8 has available. Redesign the interior and make similar to the GTO. The brakes are terrible. They need slotted rotors front and rear with atleast two piston calipers. Offer a wheel that is widder than 6.5" to allow customers more tire options.
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