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Kewl Stuff


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That GTO was an amazing car for its day. As for the M-cars what can I say. I'm a BMW motorcycle owner rider so there's that.


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Staff member
^ Yup, GM should’ve recognized earlier what they had in the Holden products. Too little too late, the architecture couldn’t save the Pontiac brand. The chassis that the GTO was based on became the Pontiac G8 and then the 2010 Camaro and then the 4 door Chevy SS amongst others. I think it’s all but gone now. Although the new Camaro resembles the 5th gen models, the current iteration has very little to do with it. It’s now based on the Cadillac ATS.


Dog Faced Pony Soldier
I've said it before, and I'm saying it now: The most important technology of our lifetimeis the Lithium ION Battery.

Here's a great discussion about that and what's coming next.

I did not know the guy responsible for Li-ION batteries was also core to the invention of RAM.