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http://www.autoweek.com/news.cms?newsId=103319


"Jon Lauckner, General Motors’ global product planning boss, says the Vauxhall two-seater will come to market with a 2.0-liter supercharged four-cylinder. The engine is expected to produce in excess of 200 hp and peak torque of 200 lb-ft, according to insiders. Look for the boosted engine in Solstice and Sky late next year" :alcoholic: :alcoholic: :alcoholic:
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Does this not contradict the spy photos that we saw a while ago about the Solstice and the turbo engine? :( :( :(
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Does this not contradict the spy photos that we saw a while ago about the Solstice and the turbo engine? :(  :(  :(

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Apparently it is old info. Unless this is a mid range model with a Solstice GXP with the 2.4 Turbo coming later.
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I suggest they provide better power...

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I agree...

Big missed opportunity if GM doesn't do a turbo... Back to the old ways I guess 1500 models with one insufficient engine.

GM needs to turbo the Solstice and Sky as well as the Cobalt SS and HHR SS
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Supercharger: Cool Turbo: Coolest! The only reason why I think the SRT4 is cooler than the Cobalt SS/SC is because the turbo makes it so much more tunable. I'd still get the Cobalt over the Neon but if the Cobalt had a turbo I wouldn not even hesitate.
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They need to have a souped up version........................then they need to have an ultra souped up version, with VERY limited production (maybe 500 per year), but crazy specs. Make them beg for the product! Of coarse, I would also like to see the GTO Judge come back.
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