[sarcasm]But those bumps are a "PONTIAC BRAND FEATURE"!!![/sarcasm]jimbo said:I like the Corvette steering wheel better, without the 10 and 2 bolsters. I sure which Pontiac would give up on those darn things. I DONT need them and they only get in the way.
This thread is almost a year and a half old.Enthusiast said:There is really a problem when you are nitpicking a steering wheel.
It might become reasonable in cost if Delphi is able to jettison thoseSpeaking of HUD did you read the article on it on autoweek a few weeks ago? Lutz wanted to get rid of it on the C6 saying it was too costly. Too me that would be pretty stupid given it's one of the features that make the car stand out against other cars in that range.
Fortimir said:This thread is almost a year and a half old.
These comments were made before you could even place deposits on the car, and there was little to talk about here, so everything remotely solstice related was discussed.
Orders are being taken for the GXP (turbo 260hp) models now. They are ready for production. Corvettes and Solstices are like father and son, because they are the only two production cars utilizing a hydroformed platform.Enthusiast said:Yeah it was, I see that now haha. I stumbled across this forum while doing a random google search and didn't even look at the date. I feel like a pretty big idiot now though. From what I can tell you guys have a pretty neat platform to work with though, especially if the boosted models make it to production. There is always potential for easy power on a factory turbo car as I am sure most of you know.
I don't have a solstice btw, but I have a C5 Z06.
Fortimir said:My father has an '03 Z06 with the HUD, and he NEVER uses it.
I am like "you have a feature that many people desire very much and you don't use it." He's like "I don't need to see how fast I'm going."