The Lumina Z34 came with a 3.4-liter DOHC V6 making an impressive-for-the-early-1990s 210 horsepower (the version that went in the Z34s with optional automatic transmissions, such as this car, made just 200 hp). This engine was a member of the large and complex GM 60-degree V6 family, and the only one that didn't have pushrods.
The Z34 had hood vents, a decklid spoiler, dash emblems, and a few other touches to distinguish it from the ordinary Hertz Edition Luminas.
This one has a Contra Costa County "Better move this heap or we're a-gonna tow it away" notice on the windshield, and provides yet more proof that there is no mercy in the car-towing world.
Yes, the Lumina was the Heartbeat of America.