The Pontiac Solstice is red hot. So hot, in fact, that they will be on back-order well into next year. GM confirmed that they will only be able to churn out about 7,000 this year – barely filling half of the 13,000 orders they have. Despite earlier problems with leaky roof and loose front-end, demand for the Bob Lutz roadster is still soaring. Given the popularity of the Solstice, it'd be interesting to see how its twin brother, Saturn Sky will do when it's introduced next year.
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