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Pontiac's SEMA 2006 show cars will again be culled from its herd of Solstii, with the Z0K Club Sport (pictured) — showing off the company's SCCA factory race package — and the yet-unseen GXP-R (Wert!), which broadens the Solstice GXP model's power and spizzarkle. Product of the GM Performance Division, the SEMA Club Sport car comes with a carbon-fiber roof, six-point safety harness (Sparco), racing seats (Racetech) and steering wheel (Sparco) and "Orange Crush" paint scheme. Out of the box, the Z0K Club Sport package includes ABS, limited-slip rear diff and FE3 suspension (larger front and rear sway bars, revalved shock dampers, higher-rated springs). The GXP-R gets a power boost to 300 hp from the direct-injection 2.0-liter turbocharged four — reportedly via a cam job and software and turbo tweaks — and a full custom treatment, including Hydro Blue paint, mesh graphics, and some manner of body kit.

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[via GM InsideNews]

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