vibe Web site, said Kelly Wysocki, a Pontiac spokeswoman. Pontiac will donate a dollar to charity for each entry. And, at each stop of the Warped Tour, Pontiac has a graffiti artist doing a mural that captures the concerns and interests of youth in that area, she said. When the Vibe arrives early next year, it'll be interesting to see whether dealers add additional mark-ups to what's expected to be a very popular vehicle, analyst Hall said. That's what many Chrysler dealers did with the PT Cruiser, he said, which meant a vehicle with a $16,000 base price was selling for about $20,000, a high-enough price hike to turn the typical buyer from young to middle-aged. ``That's not what Pontiac needs with this vehicle,'' he said.