Lacking horsepower punch since the demise of the Firebird last year, Pontiac debuts its ’04 GTO sports coupe at the Los Angeles Auto Show. "We have a ‘halo’ car that really represents what Pontiac can be," says Lynn Meyers, Pontiac-GMC general manager. Based on the rear-wheel-drive Holden Monaro from General Motors Corp.’s Australian subsidiary, GTO debuts seven months after GM officially confirms plans – following months of speculation – to revive the legendary nameplate that debuted in ...

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