If you are a car enthusiast, you have probably heard of the Pontiac Bonneville. This iconic car was produced by the Pontiac division of General Motors from 1957 to 2005. Although it is no longer in production, the Pontiac Bonneville remains one of the most popular cars ever made. Here are some interesting facts about this classic car.
1. The Pontiac Bonneville wasnamed after the famous salt flats in Utah where land speed records were set.
2. The Pontiac Bonneville was the first mass-produced car to offer air conditioning as standard equipment.
3. The Pontiac Bonneville was also the first car to be equipped with high-intensity discharge headlamps.
The Pontiac Bonneville was introduced in 1957 as a luxury trim level of the Pontiac Catalina. It was named after the famous salt flats in Utah where land speed records were set. The Pontiac Bonneville quickly became one of the most popular cars ever made and remains an iconic car to this day.