The Pontiac nameplate takes its name from the town Pontiac, Michigan, where the Pontiac Buggy Company rose in the 19th century. With a focus on cars, the company became Oakland Motor Car Company before General Motors acquired the small auto builder and rolled out the first true Pontiac car in 1926. Positioned as a sporty, upscale alternative to Chevrolet, Pontiac served as part of the constellation of brands offered by GM, often sharing platforms, powertrains, and more with its corporate siblings. In its final year, 2010, Pontiac offered a range of vehicles that were sourced from around the globe.

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