Subaru WRX and Scion FR-S Among Most Ticketed Cars

Subaru WRX owners better watch their speed while on the road.

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2013 Chevy SS NASCAR to Debut Live on Nov. 29

Chevy is going to unveil its new SS in NASCAR form tomorrow in a live webcast. 

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Chevy SS to Bow at Daytona 500

Next year’s Daytona 500 will mark the return of the Chevy SS sedan, powered by a V8 engine and sending plenty of torque to the rear wheels.

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Chevrolet SS Might Be Delayed Due to Franchising Laws

We found out recently that the 2014 Chevrolet SS Performance Sedan is likely  coming in 2014. We also speculated that this car is likely a re-release of the old Pontiac G8, which is based on the Holden Commodore (seen above)

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Pontiac G8 Successor Set to Launch in 2013

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.

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Chevrolet To Introduce New Camaro-Based Car At Chicago Auto Show, New Caprice Almost Certain

During our drive of the Chevrolet Camaro Convertible, we chatted with one engineer about GM’s Zeta platform, which underpins rear-drive full size cars. Among remarking how much we adored the Pontiac G8 sedan and how we longed for a revival of the car, the engineer broke into a broad grin and said “well, these things have a way of happening.”

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Chevy Rumored to Sell Rear-Drive Holden Sedan in America: The Pontiac G8 Returns?

Backing up the last reports from a few months back, General Motors appears ready to bring back the only truly exciting product Pontiac had to offer, the G8. Now with Pontiac dead the car will be badged as a Chevy (likely wearing the Caprice name), but the important part is that it will be based on the rear-drive Holden Commodore platform, just like the G8 was.

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Report: 2011 Chevrolet Caprice To Be Sold To The Public

Chevrolet‘s fleet-only Caprice will likely be sold to the General Public after a tide of interest forced General Motors to re-consider their plans to restrict sales to fleets.

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Holden Special Vehicles Continues To Taunt Us With Awesome Cars, This One Celebrating Their 20th Anniversary

As General Motors’ sole brand in Australia, Holden’s lineup gets most of GM’s better products, like the Cruze, Captiva (a re-badged Saturn Vue) and 6 varieties of the Holden Commodore, formerly known as the Pontiac G8. While GM claims that Cadillac is ready to go head to head with the Germans, in truth, the G8 was the closest GM has come to making a car as good as a BMW.

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Report: Holden "Pontiac G8 Edition" Commodore Proves Popular in Australia

Several months ago GM’s Australian Holden division announced that it would offer a special edition of the Commodore, dressed up to look like the Pontiac G8. Called the Holden VE Commodore SS V-Series Special Edition, the new model looks mostly identical to the Pontiac model (itself based on the Commodore), except for the absence of any Pontiac badging.

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Breaking: Future General Motors Product Plans Tweeted

If you’re a car junkie, Twitter is the place to be today. Ahead of a webcast tomorrow morning by GM CEO Fritz Henderson, the General arranged for a select few media to meet with its PR folks and get a preview of what the New GM has to offer.

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Report: Pontiac G8 Future as Chevrolet Caprice Back in Doubt

Perhaps General Motors CEO Fritz Henderson and his newly appointed Vice Chairman Bob Lutz should sit down, have a talk and get their stories straight.

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Buick LaCrosse Will Get Turbo 4-Cylinder

GM’s interim CEO Fritz Henderson is starting to open up on some of the company’s fuel-efficiency plans and the future involves a pair of turbocharged four-cylinders.

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