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Furthermore, a medium-sized vehicle, which would become the next-generation Pontiac G6 – not to mention a reborn Holden Torana in Australia – has re-emerged as a likely scenario following the release of the VE Commodore-based Pontiac G8 at the Chicago Auto Show last week.

The current Pontiac G6 is a front-drive vehicle based on the same platform (known as Epsilon) as the current-generation Chevy Malibu, Opel/Holden Vectra, Saab 9-3, Saturn Aura and Cadillac BLS.

Perhaps not coincidentally, the GM vehicle line executive responsible for the Epsilon platform – Gene Stefanyshyn – later became the leader of the Zeta program.

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http://www.goauto.com.au/mellor/mellor.nsf...A257282000352B6

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*Looks at Toyota ads*

Wow, Toyota's Australian models are just as ugly as the American ones.

Anyway... I like the Holden Torana concept, even its bold choice of color. It's a very sleek -- and even somewhat edgy -- design, particularly for the Holden design team. Would this translate to an attractive G6? Well, if the G8 is any indication, heck yeah.

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RWD Torana & G6???

Bring it on! :)

(how about a Chevy Nova or Chevelle too...?)

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RWD Torana & G6???

Bring it on! :)

(how about a Chevy Nova or Chevelle too...?)

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If Pontiac was going to have the car that leads the division in sales this would be it.

I have always felt The Next G6 is the most important car for Pontiac's future.

The G8 was only a first step in many more to come. Saturns changes were done in the same manner.

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