From Pontiac to Passat, these are the best automotive Super Bowl ads to ever air during the big game.
Wouldn't it be awesome if these showed up again?
This was the last update the third-gen Firebird received before it was replaced. It was a fitting send-off.
If you're a young driver looking for cheap speed, you'll want to learn about the L67.
Because America loves speed.
In a world of outrageous collector car prices, this is a muscle car the average person might still be able to afford.
The verse isn't very good, though.
Yes, you technically can buy a used Caprice police car. But do you really want to?
Firebirds VIN #001 and VIN #002 will be sold as a pair.
But if you had the chance to drive one, you really wouldn't complain, would you?
Cars like a 1968 Pontiac Firebird can get ready for the next 50 years with just a few simple changes.
Get past the zany looks, and Pontiac got a lot right with the 1988 Pursuit concept.
Driving a lightweight mid-engine car with a huge turbo, even when it's detuned to 450 hp, is a spin waiting to happen.
Pontiac will take you to the edge!
That cheap F-body for sale? Buy it, use it, break it, fix it, trash it, change it, upgrade it.
Jerry Seinfeld says a Firebird 400 would have made a teenage Judd Apatow incredibly cool—and ruined his TV and movie career.
An LS3 swap and a bunch of nitrous makes this Pontiac convertible into a screaming, brutal beast.