2007 Pontiac Solstice GXP

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Price 

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Production 

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Engine 

2 liter inline-4

Weight 

2948 lbs

Aspiration 

turbocharger

Torque 

260 lb-ft @ 2000-5300 rpm

HP 

260 hp @ 5300 rpm

HP/Weight 

11.3 lbs per hp

HP/Liter 

130 hp per liter

1/4 mile 

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(from GM Press Release)  Pontiac s product resurgence zooms forward with the introduction of the 2007 Solstice GXP, the performance version of its in-demand Solstice roadster, at the Greater Los Angeles Auto Show.

The Solstice GXP pushes the production Solstice to the next level with a 47-percent boost in horsepower, and demonstrates how GM is working on all fronts to build and sell exciting products for diverse audiences, said Mark LaNeve, General Motors North America vice president of Vehicle Sales, Service and Marketing.

Solstice GXP features GMs all-new Ecotec 2.0-liter turbo, the most powerful production engine in the Ecotec family.* This turbo with direct injection kicks a V-6s worth of power out of a four-cylinder engine, an estimated 260 horsepower (194 kw) and 260 lb.-ft. (353 Nm) of torque.*

The performance roadster will feature GMs StabiliTrak four-channel electronic stability control system. It will debut in the summer and is expected to be priced about $4,000 to $5,000 above the base Solstice.

Solstice GXP will be on display with the Solstice, which features a powerful Ecotec 2.4L engine rated at 177 horsepower (132 kw) and is matched to a close-ratio five-speed manual transmission. The driver-oriented cockpit interior features motorcycle-inspired instruments.

Note: there is new site and forum for Solstic GXP owners that's worth a look. Check it out here