The 1957 Pontiac was a full-sized car produced by Pontiac from 1957 to 1958. It was the first year that Pontiac introduced its famous split grille. This car was available in several models, including the Chieftain, Super Chief, and Star Chief. The Chieftain was the base model, while the Star Chief was the top-end luxury model.
The 1957 Pontiac was powered by a V8 engine that produced 227 horsepower. It featured a three-speed manual transmission with an optional Hydramatic automatic transmission. The car also had power brakes and power steering optional.
The interior of the 1957 Pontiac was luxurious, featuring comfortable seats and plenty of space. The car also had advanced features for its time, such as power windows and air conditioning.
The 1957 Pontiac was popular among car enthusiasts and collectors, and it remains a classic car today. Its iconic split grille and sleek design make it an attractive addition to any classic car collection.