GM is now officially saying that Zeta, its new RWD platform developed in Australia, is once again an active program for North America. Jim Queen, GM's VP of global engineering, states that no product plans have been approved and that any programs that might end up on Zeta are still in the design process. In other words, do not expect a Camaro replacement or a competitor to Chrysler's RWD vehicles before model year 2009 or 2010, but something is on the way.
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