An awesome car that is fast and reliable. Too bad GM discontinued them. : (
Dude: Did you just see that car fly by us?

Other Dude: Yea, that was a 1998 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP.
by grand prix January 16, 2010
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Receiving its name from F1 racing, the Grand Prix is a popular 4-door sedan/sports car made by Pontiac (GM).
Initially manufactured in 1966, the Grand Prix has been one of the most popular cars driven ever since.
I love my 2004 Grand Prix. Too bad she's gotten me so many speeding tickets...
by BunnyWings July 10, 2006
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The greatest spectacle in college racing! Takes place at THE Purdue University, and never disappoints.
Teams create their own go-carts for a chance to win the trophy on race day.
The rest of campus uses this as an excuse to get drunk every day of the week.
Grand Prix is this week, did you get your tickets?
by Dummmmm April 8, 2019
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Though it is the name of a car made by Pontiac, it has been made an insult by calling the owners of said cars Grand Prix (pronounced Pricks.)
"Did you see those guys cut us off?"

"Sure did Bob, they were some grand prix"
by cool4dude May 4, 2005
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/tʃaɪˈniz, -ˈnis grɑ̃ ˈpriz/ n. A traffic-clogged portion of the 60 Pomona Freeway in southern California that lies between the 605 and 57 Freeways. The infamously erratic driving habits of Chinese drivers who predominate the area coupled with the inability to effectively dodge big rigs that crisscross this large industrial wasteland make commuting here about as dangerous as racing at the Grand Prix.
I'm not taking the Chinese Grand Prix to work, traffic is always such a mess.
by Matt*ee September 17, 2009
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A V6 Supercharged car that eats V8's for lunch, especially Mustangs.
My GTP just smoked another 5.0 Rustang!
by GothicGP May 11, 2003
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The GTP is Pontiac Grand Prix with some performance extras: a supercharger, upgraded suspension and brakes, etc. A "sleeper" - a car that looks slow, but is not. Don't get me wrong - it is not a real sports car, but more of a sports sedan. You get V8 power, and V6 fuel economy. Also, this car has a good deal of modding potential.
1997 - 2003 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP - Stock 3.8L V6: 240 horsepower, 280 ft.lbs of torque. 0 - 60: about 6.6 seconds - not too bad. Fuel economy: around 18 city, 28 highway - not too bad either. 1/4 mile: around 15 seconds - again, not bad.
by Blair Sventon October 4, 2006
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