We've been hearing for months about the new rear-drive GM cars on the horizon. You know the ones: the Australian-built, Zeta-such platform models set to give the US car-buying public a B12 shot, beginning with the 2009 Camaro. But aside from the pony cars, the Holden VE Commodore will donate its more sedate shape to a new Pontiac sedan, possibly dubbed G8. That car, which spies say will get new sheetmetal, will replace the current, front-drive Grand Prix. Reports earlier this year indicated the new model could debut at the Chicago show this Feburary in concept form, though the final product won't likely surface until 2008. As Bob Lutz said, "All will be revealed in Chicago." Hopefully he wasn't talking about the hot dogs.
SPY PHOTOS: Pontiac Grand Prix(G8) [World Car Fans]
First Holden-Built Pontiac Could Be Unveiled in Chicago [internal]