CHICAGO – The ’05 Pontiac GTO won't arrive in the U.S. until late December or early January, one of the reasons Pontiac would like to build the next-generation car in the U.S. By switching sourcing to the U.S., Pontiac would avoid the cumbersome time it takes between producing the GTO at General Motors Corp.'s Holden Ltd. subsidiary in Australia and its arrival in North America. ’05 Pontiac GTO The GTO is a derivative of the rear-drive Holden Monaro. Holden switched over from ...
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