Mazda enhances its Miata; Pontiac delivers open-air thrills
By Nate RalphPosted 07.06.2005 at 11:00 pm 0 Comments
Sunny Solstice At the 2002 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, General Motors debuted the Pontiac Solstice concept car, promising an open-air thrill ride on a budget. The 2006 Solstice is on its way, and it looks like the General will deliver on its promise.
The heart of the Solstice is GM’s Kappa platform, which engineers created to develop a family of compact, rear-wheel-drive sports cars that would marry function—power and stability—with form, to create a vehicle that would handle well and please both the beholder and the budget.