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Pontiac G8 background information
The Pontiac G8 is a rear-wheel drive sedan manufactured by Holden in Australia and then exported to the United States, where it was sold by Pontiac. The G8, redesigned Holden Commodore, was released in early 2008 for the 2008 model year in the United States and in Canada in 2008 for the Canadian model year. Production ceased in mid-2009, following GM’s decision to suspend the Pontiac brand. Being available, the G8 replaces the Pontiac Bonneville and the Pontiac Grand Prix. The G8 was Pontiac’s first full-size car since the discontinuation of the Bonneville and GTO coupe in 2006.
With the inevitable decline of the Pontiac brand as a result of bankruptcy, the 2009 model year marked the end of production for all Pontiacs, including the G8. However, in July 2009, Bob Lutz remarked in a press review that the G8 would be revived as a Chevrolet Caprice. Lutz later withdrew this statement, citing market conditions. However, General Motors released the Chevrolet Caprice Police Patrol Vehicle (PPV) in 2009, which was named the successor to the G8. To fill the gap left by the G8, GM has announced the production of the Chevrolet SS, a rear-wheel drive sedan with a V8 engine that debuted in 2014 and is based on the Holden Commodore (VF).
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