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Easily the best thing to come out of the now-defunct Pontiac brand in recent memory was the G8 sports sedan – based on the Australian Commodore. Not only was it an impressive performance machine, but it gave North America a taste of just how good a job Holden is doing down under.

Looking to satisfy that appetite, General Motors will reportedly re-introduce the rear-drive sedan in 2013 as a 2014 model year car. According to GMInsideNews, internal documents regarding the development of the car (code named ‘SS Sedan’) now have it listed as an approved program.

Delayed several times, the new launch date is designed to follow with the introduction of a new Commodore in Australia.

With the Pontiac brand now gone and no indication from General Motors to revive it, look for a Chevy bowtie to grace the grille of this new rear-drive machine.

Less certain, but not entirely ruled out, are the introduction of two additional Commodore-based models for North America: the Holden Ute (El Camino?) and Holden Commodore SportWagon. The future of these two vehicles depends on the success of the sedan, as well as the effect of rising gas prices on the buying habits of consumers.
Get more: Pontiac G8 Successor at AutoGuide.com
 

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I seen this today. I hope it comes true.

I recall hearing about a month ago that Chevrolet was going to have a RWD police car available. I'll bet this is it.
 

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Good news, My 09 G8 is definately a well built machine. For a 6 liter it gets great hwy miles. Its quiet, comfortable and powerfull, not to mention its a great looking car IMO. I like the caddy's but I am a t shirt flip flop guy and feel they are too fancy for me.

 
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