They say good things come to those who wait. They also say that patience is a virtue. But when you’ve been waiting for something for over three years, you either become bored of waiting or incredibly anxious. As car guys we could be a combination of the two, waiting for a hot new performance car to hit the showrooms.
At this point, the anticipation is killing us and our nerves are up. We wish GM would just show us the final product of it’s long-awaited Chevy SS model. We’ve shared renderings with you, showed you that ridiculous camouflaged stock car, and brought you every piece of news that we could possibly find on this sports sedan – but GM still isn’t talking. However, our friends over at Autolog recently snapped a few pictures of a Chevy SS cleverly disguised as a Pontiac G8. Unfortunately, we can’t share them with you directly but if you’re anxious to see a Chevy SS cloaked in the misleading duds of that of the departed Pontiac, then click here.
In case you didn’t jump over to Autoblog before you read this sentence, let us give you our take on this faux Pontiac. At first glance, it just looks like a typical G8, a V6 model at that judging by the taillights. But look closer at the pictures, and you can clearly tell that this “Pontiac” is right-hand drive.There are no emblems anywhere on the body, there’s a trailer hitch on the back, and the car sits on a set of mismatched wheels. G8-ophiles will probably point out other oddities here or there, but these are the most obvious that strike us. Well played, GM, well played.