General Motors Corp. confirms it has plans to revive the Pontiac GTO nameplate and base the vehicle on its Holden Ltd. subsidiary’s Monaro sports car. Bob Lutz, GM’s vice chairman-product development and chairman-GM North America, says the auto maker has all but signed off on the GTO program (see related story: GM Considers Holden Monaro for U.S .). "A group of us went there (to Australia) last month to drive some cars and frankly we liked what we saw, and we loved what we drove," Lutz ...

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