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  • n. Abbreviation of geostationary transfer orbit.
  • n. From Italian Abbreviation of Gran Turismo Omologato. "Grand Tourer, Homologated", used in some sports car names (see granturismo)

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Examples

  • This was very convenient since, as mentioned, GTO is hilly but from our vantage point most everything needed was in front of us and within a few easy blocks.

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  • One really unique aspect of GTO is that the city has been tunneled to direct traffic below ground leaving much of the historic downtown open to pedestrians.

    Guanajuato-Spectacular View In Historic Center

  • The Smart Car might fit in GTO's engine compartment.

    Death of the GTO age

  • Zappa even assembled a group with Des Barres and some other groupies under the name GTO’s.

    Shawn Amos: What's an Out-of Work Entourage to Do? Groupies, Sycophants, and Hangers-On

  • A twin-turbocharged 3.0L V6 all-wheel drive, all-wheel steering sports coupe, the GT (called GTO in some markets) was directed to go head-to-head with other Japanese exotics of the time including the Honda NSX, Mazda RX-7, Nissan 300ZX and the granddaddy of all Japanese performance cars, Nissan's Skyline GT-R.

    Steve Parker: Mitsubishi Motors: Just Who Are They, Anyway?

  • The GTO, which is street legal, dominated racing and won the World Manufacturers Championship in 1962, 1963, and 1964.

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  • The GTO was a seriously successful race car, securing the World Championships in 1962,

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  • Ferrari 599 GTO ahead of its launch later this year, and while we're still suitably skeptical about the pic, we've been assured by the show's producers that this is the real deal. reports are to be believed, the GTO will be a road-focused version of the

    Autoblog

  • Built using knowledge gained from the 599XX racing car, the GTO is a special limited edition which references the legendary 250 GTO and 288 GTO of Ferrari's past.

    TODAYonline

  • A twin-turbocharged 3.0L V6 all-wheel drive, all-wheel steering sports coupe, the GT (called GTO in some markets) was directed to go head-to-head with other

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