The Ultimate Pontiac GTO Picture Site 2006 GTO Parking Lot by Sean Mattingly.
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You've seen the 2004 and 2005 GTOs.
You see below the offering for 2006.
Now it's your chance! What do you want the 2008 GTO to look like?
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This is a 2006 Next Gen GTO sketch. It was made by Marc Senger in October of 2004. He based the sketch on a 4-door Holden Torana concept car which was first seen at the Australian International Motor Show in Sydney on 10/7/04. Marc wants some feedback on his design, "Hello. I'm an industrial designer in Detroit and I came cross your site while doing research. Being a GTO enthusiast, I thought you might get a kick out of a sketch I based on the recent Holden Torana show car. The new design has the same wheelbase, but is now a 2 door with a unique roofline, front and rear fascias, new rocker extensions, and specific ram-air hood. Any input/critique is welcome. I only work for an automotive supplier, but love doing this in my spare time. Thanks!" Feel free to leave your comments in the "comments" section, below.
In the past, Marc has participated in a school design assignment for Detroitís Center for Creative Studies-College of Art and Design (CCS). He and other students redesigned the Hummer as an exercise. He went to Southfield, Michigan to unveil his work at the 12th annual vehicle concept unveiling sponsored by American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI). His version of the Hummer featured a turbine engine. He received some positive press for his efforts, including a December 2000 writeup in Ward's Auto World. Here's another design he did which you might also like. CLICK->
Here's another GTO concept sketch by Marc Senger. He calls it a "Mid-cycle enhancement". Check out the arrangement of the headlights and the grille. CLICK->
This is brilliant. Larry Williams of Illinois shows us his ideas on the next GTO design. He included a hardtop version and a convertible version. Larry says, "I've based my design on the current platform, keeping the same overall proportions. Instead of a rounded look though, I've used strong influences from the '66-67 GTO. Hope you enjoy." What do you think of Larry's work? Tell us by responding with a comment below. Do you have any ideas of what future GTOs should look like? If so, draw it up and send it in. CLICK->
Anthem Motors in Phoenix Arizona is offering this awesome GTO RA6 Styling and Performance package on the 2006 GTO. This was our Picture Of The Week for 11/26/06. Compare this shot to the original orange 2004 GTO Woodward concept car. The staff at Anthem Motors explains, "For over two years people have been begging for the GTO Ram Air 6 concept from the 2004 Woodward Dream Cruise to be built. The wait is over! Anthem Motors debuted the GTO RA6 at the 2006 SEMA Show, a car that is heavily inspired by the concept. The RA6 received GM's Best Exterior Design award at SEMA and was signed by the concept's designer, Kip Wasenko during the SEMA debut. A limited number of RA6's will hit the streets through select Pontiac dealers with performance packages ranging from 435hp to 1000hp, brakes from the C6 Z06 Corvette and a complete Pedders suspension system." CLICK->
Another shot of the Anthem Motors GTO RA6 styling and performance package. Anthem Motors also manufactures high quality OEM and custom Ferrari body parts. The theme of their store is "The Cobra-Ferrari Wars". Remember the Ferrari also made a GTO back in the sixties. CLICK->
Rear end view of the Anthem Motors GTO RA6 styling and performance package applied to a Phantom Black 2006 GTO. Compare with the same view of the original 2004 GTO Woodward concept car. Anthem Motors says that every panel on the GTO, except the doors and the roof have been either changed or modified significantly. The rear tires are 335/30R20 Michelin PS2. CLICK->
Anthem Motors applies custom tuned Pedders suspension system and C6 Z06 brakes adapted to fit the GTO. CLICK->
Another shot of the large 20 inch wheels and C6 Z06 brakes. CLICK->
Kip Wasenko is the Director Of Design, Special Vehicles, General Motors. Here he is signing the dash of the Anthem Motors GTA RA6. CLICK->
Close-up of Kip Wasenko's signature. CLICK->
This Anthem Motors GTO RA6 received this Best New Exterior Design award from General Motors at the 2006 SEMA Show. Each year many companies showing GM vehicles compete for this award which is judged by the GM employees.
This is a dramatic night photo of Zachary Steinle's 2006 GTO. This is his first car. He is 20 years old. Zachary adds, "You can imagine the insurance!" Zachary picked an interesting setting for this photo. You can see the city and an old bridge. The streaking effect of the night lights looks cool too, plus the fact he did this photo in black-and-white. Even though it is night time, you can still somehow clearly see the "GTO" stitching on the seats inside the car. This GTO is Brazen Orange. Check the next photo to see his car in blazing color. CLICK->
Here it is. A wide-angle lens photo of Zachary's Brazen Orange 2006 GTO. CLICK->
Take a look at this Impulse Blue 2006 GTO with the optional Sport Appearance Package (SAP). This was our Picture Of The Week for 4/15/07. The SAP package consists of recessed grilles, a different front and rear bumper, front wheel vents in the side rocker panels, and a different rear decklid spoiler (not on this car). The owner, Robo282, says that this car also has a K&N cool intake, Magnaflow stainless exhaust system with X-pipe, and it is Diablo Predator Tuned. CLICK->
Another left front view of Robo282's Impulse Blue 2006 GTO with the optional Sport Appearance Packaage (SAP). PICTURE SET CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE ...