I think the GTO name has been done some wrong. The car that Pontiac
calls GTO, is a repackaged Monaro.
This reminds me of the days that you would put a V-8 in a Chevy Vega.
Sure it's fast, but it is not a GTO. Many manufactures are bringing back the
retro-look. It's for a good reason,... the older bodies had more
style/curves. They were not aerodynamic, but they went fast in a straight
line, and looked pretty cool parked at a joint.
The GTO was a muscle-car. Something that signified American freedom, and
the love of a cool, fast car. A re-packaged Monaro, in no way, could come
close to being it's replacement.
For Pete's sake, the thing looks like a rice-grinder, or Euro-car. No
Today's youths have no concept of the GTO. Perhaps that's why they are
difficult to purchase? I don't want one,.. it's not a GTO. But,.. they are
going like hot-cakes.
A fool and his money, are soon parted.