It doesn't have a V8 so it's not a Monaro? Try telling that to classic HK/T/G Monaro GTS owners with 186S engines. (or even the base models which had 161's or 186's. Still pretty rare and valuable these days) Or CV6 owners with supercharged V6 engines. Pretty lame argument. Even a performance icon like the Mustang can now be purchased with a 4 cylinder can't it? Liked it or not, the styling and engineering is the way cars are going, particularly from GM. And small markets like ours are going to pick up models from various overseas plants and have Holden badges plastered on them because the name still means something here. We picked up the Swift and the Corsa and called them Barina. There's debate within GM at present as to whether the Commodore replacement will still be called Commodore, even though it won't be called that anywhere else. So what's wrong with calling this thing a Monaro if it ever gets here, because it's not a "Camaro" (big deal) and the current name it has won't pull any buyers here. Not made in Australia? What is?