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GM releases 2011 Holden Series II family for Australia

2011 Holden Series II family – Click above for high-res image gallery

Legendary Pontiac ad-man Jim Wangers selling off his collection

Jim Wangers' 1969 Pontiac GTO Judge – Click above for high-res image gallery

Report: Holden tallies $210M loss, blames Pontiac

2009 Pontiac G8 GXP – Click above for a high-res image gallery

Report: GM's Mark Reuss ponders return of VE Commodore to U.S.

Holden VE Ute – Click above for high-res image gallery

Australian "Pontiac" G8 given extended run?

Holden VE Commodore SS V-Series Special Edition – Click above for high-res image gallery

REPORT: Australian racing fans limited to just 24 beers per day

Bathurst 1000 fan enjoying a coldie during The Great Race

REPORT: GM still working on importing Holden Commodore with police package

Stop us if you've heard this one. GM's Australian-based arm is looking to send its Holden Commodore to the United States. Right, um, that's the Pontiac G8, right? Actually, no, it's dead. And it may not be a Chevy either, depending on how you read the report from drive.com.au, which quotes GM chie

2010 Holden Commodore gets smaller engines, better fuel economy, six-speed tranny

2010 Holden Commodore SIDI lineup - click above image for high-res gallery

BREAKING: Lutz says Pontiac G8 to survive as Chevy Caprice in U.S.; Camaro Z28 reportedly dead

2009 Chevy Caprice SS (Middle East) - Click above for a high-res photo gallery

One Last Time: Henderson slams door on Pontiac G8 revival

Middle East-market Chevy Lumina SS - Click above for high-res gallery

2010 Holden Commodore expected to get new smaller 3.0L DI V6

For the 2010 model year, the big powertrain news from General Motors in the U.S. has been the launch of two new direct injected engines, a 2.2-liter four cylinder and a smaller 3.0-liter version of its high-feature V6. The latter engine uses its new fuel delivery system to help it achieve similar output to the previous port injected 3.6-liter while using less gas. That engine will see duty in several vehicles for the new model year, including the new Chevy Equinox, Cadillac SRX and CTS and the B

REPORT: Group working on bringing Holden Commodore to U.S. police forces

Naturally, the death of the Pontiac brand has put a crimp in sales plans at Holden, General Motors' Australian arm that assembles and exports the Pontiac G8, essentially a lightly reworked version of the brand's own Commodore sedan. Interestingly, according to Aussie website GoAuto, a most unlikely new player may be preparing to make up for the sales short: a consortium led by the Los Angeles Police Departmen

REPORT: Holden to lose $1 billion annually if GM shutters Pontiac

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Holden to shrink next-gen Commodore but keep rear drive

When the current generation of General Motors' Zeta platform was conceived and developed by the company's Holden division in Australia, we lived in a very different world when it came to life. Gas was still cheap, and GM was planning to revive a range of rear wheel drive performance cars for Pontiac, Buick and Chevrolet. Ultimately, the Pontiac G8 and Chevrolet Camaro were the only North American models to come to fruition, with every other variant canceled as GM teeters on the brink of bankrupt

Australian company wants Pontiac G8 to be next cop cruiser

Police agencies across the United States are chock full of Crown Victoria cruisers. In all, there are over 80,000 Crown Vics on patrol, but the generations-old cruiser is finally getting consigned to history within the next year. That leaves a huge opening to any company that has a suitable replacement, and an Australian company thinks it has what it takes. Melbourne's National Safety Agency is working on newer, safer and more efficient technology for large markets like the US, UK and Canada, an

Vauxhall VXR8 Bathurst models rock out with 560 HP

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Holden Commodore once again Australia's best seller, with a catch

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Holden cuts Commodore V8 power to save gas

For the first time in many years, the engineers at Holden, GM's Down Under division, have cut the power of a V8 engine in the big Commodore sedan. The 6.0L V8 automatic transmission combination in the Commodore is now equipped with Active Fuel Management, GM's terminology for cylinder deactivation. The system allows four cylinders to be shut off at light load conditions. In the Commodore (which is sold in North America as the Pontiac G8) the power drops from 362 hp to 349 hp while combined fuel

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