Pontiac is division of General Motors. Whether Pontiac production has been closed in 2009, defunct on Oct 31, 2010, still Pontiac is active & registered trademark of General Motors. Pontiac had its headquarters in Detroit, Michigan, United States. To create a companion of Oakland Automobiles, General Motors established a brand called Pontiac Automobile in 1926. Years later, Pontiac brand made its own space by leaving Oakland Automobile (its parent company) behind. Pontiac cars made its own customer market in Mexico, Canada & United State, which was sold under the brand name of General Motors. But, in early 2009, in the middle of financial situation, General Motors had to shut down its operation of Pontiac Automobiles.
All product manufactured in the list of Pontiac Automobile are Pontiac GTO (Intermediate), Pontiac Aztec (mid size car), Pontiac Vibe (Hatchback), Pontiac Grand AM (Sedan), Pontiac Firebird (Coupe, Pony Car), Pontiac G8 (Sedan), Pontiac Grand Pix (Personal Luxury Car), Pontiac Solstice (Coupe), Pontiac G6 (Mid size car), Pontiac G5
(Compact), Pontiac Montana (Minivan), Pontiac 2+2 (Grand Tourer), Pontiac 6000 (Mid Size car), Pontiac Trans Sport (Minivan), Pontiac Bonneville (Mid Size car), Pontiac Catalina (Full size car), Pontiac Parisienne (Sedan), Pontiac Sunbird (Compact Car), Pontiac Sunfire (Compact Car), Pontiac Grand Ville (Sedan), Pontiac LeMans (Mid-Size car), Pontiac Star Chief (Sedan), Pontiac Executive (Sedan), Pontiac Fiero (Sports Car), Pontiac Tempest, Pontiac Safari, Pontiac Firefly, Pontiac Torrent (Mid-size car), Pontiac Chieftain (Sedan), Pontiac Phoenix (Compact car), Pontiac Grand safari, Pontiac Trans Am Super Duty 455, Pontiac Custom S, Pontiac Banshee (Concept Car), Pontiac Pathfinder (Sedan), Pontiac Catalina Super Duty 421, Pontiac Firebird 400, Pontiac GTO Judge, Pontiac Ventura, Pontiac Can Am, Pontiac 1000, Pontiac Polaris and Maruti Esteem was also made under the name of Pontiac.