Lime Green Pontiac Solstice Wrap [Photo Gallery]
Built on the same architecture as the Opel GT, Pontiac showed the Solstice first as a concept in 2002, then as a production vehicle in 2004. Production began the next year, and we consider this car to be ahead of its time.
Nissan is only now thinking about making the Z with a turbo engine, but seven years ago, the Solstice came with a 2.0 Turbo producing 260 horsepower.
One Canadian owner is still in love with his drop-top Pontiac and had it wrapped in lime green to give it a more racy look. The makeover also included lowered suspension, bigger wheels and a big wing.
The Solstice was tastefully executed by Restyle It, a Canadian company that also did a chromed GT-R that we showed you a while back.
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