Meet The New 2023 Pontiac Gto Judge

As a matter of fact, even though the manufacturer has not confirmed clearly that this car is planned to be on the market soon, there are so many rumors about it going around that we simply have to believe that it is highly possible to come true.

At first we must say that the Pontiac is dead actually, so do not be fooled by the name. The reason why the manufacturer put it in the name is obviously to get the attention of new and old fans of this very popular model from the 60’s when the first Pontiac was released.

The official site shows dark grey leathered sporty but comfortable seats tapered with red thread in a possible version of 2019 Pontiac GTO Judge 69 (6T9).

Together with that is also the visible spaced cabin for four passengers and logos on floor and seats of the manufacturer.

To be more attractive, but also to keep the old buyers, the manufacturer chose a combination of vintage and modern design in the 2019 Pontiac GTO Judge 69 (6T9).
So, we were able to see a recognizable sharpen front end with mesh grille separated on two and classic front lights and optional decoration over them.

There are high chances that the engine in the 2023 Pontiac 69 GTO Judge (6T9) will be stronger than the 6.2-liter V8 which is the engine size of many sporty cars nowadays. Some rumors predict it will be even stronger than that, meaning a 7.4-liter V8 with at least 840 horsepower. If a manufacturer really wants to reach the stars with this car, this engine is highly needed.

We don’t have any information if 2023 Pontiac 69 GTO Judge (6T9) will be made in limited edition or not, but knowing that there are models like Camaro Trans Am that has been made only 7 units as well as if the manufacturer will offer only custom versions, which means that you will be able to make your own model on your own.

Whatever it is, the price of the car will be higher than $115,000 which is also hard to predict for custom versions.

But, being honest, this is a car for collectors and fans which have money to make Judges just like they want.

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