The Pontiac Bonneville SSEI supercharge is a 4-door sedan that outputs 240 horsepower. The 3.8-liter, 12-valve V-6 engine propels the vehicle to 60 mph in 7.5 seconds. The Pontiac Bonneville SSEI had an Eaton M90 engine from 1996 to 2003.
The Pontiac Bonneville enjoyed a span of nearly 50 years before it was retired in 2005. It was named after the Bonneville Flats in Utah and was touted as a luxurious muscle car when it debuted in 1957. Government regulations were the primary reason the Pontiac Bonneville was downsized in successive generations, as the previous muscle cars were not fuel-efficient.