At the Society of Automotive Engineer's 2005 World Congress, Bob Lutz spoke about a new high performance rear-wheel drive chassis. While GM vice president of global engineering Jim Queen told The Detroit News work is being done on a "Zeta-light" platform that could be used on a Camaro-like vehicle, making sure that he didn't promise anything to enthusiasts waiting for a Mustang competitor from the General. How much longer must we wait?
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