The 1997 edition of the car actually represents the sixth generation Pontiac Grand Prix which came with multiple exterior, interior and engine upgrades.

Assembled in Kansas City, Kansas, the new Grand Prix featured an entirely new look, including a redesigned front with new headlights, a two-section grille and circular fog beams, and a more aerodynamical body which adopted the same design line as other Pontiac models of that time. The engine line-up now included three variants, including a supercharged 3.8 V6 which was capable of releasing a maximum power of 240 hp, a top speed of 139.8 mph and a 0 to 100 km/h acceleration in approximately 8.5 seconds.




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Length197.5 in (5017 mm)Width72.7 in (1847 mm)Height54.7 in (1389 mm)Front/rear Track61.4/61 in (1,560/1,549 mm)Wheelbase110.5 in (2807 mm)
Length197.48 in (5016 mm)Width72.67 in (1846 mm)Height54.68 in (1389 mm)Front/rear Track61.41/61.02 in (1,560/1,550 mm)Wheelbase110.47 in (2806 mm)


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Length197.5 in (5017 mm)Width72.7 in (1847 mm)Height54.7 in (1389 mm)Front/rear Track61.4/61 in (1,560/1,549 mm)Wheelbase110.5 in (2807 mm)

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