According to a recent report, GM is working on several new rear-wheel drive models for Cadillac, Buick, and Chevrolet.

According to a recent report, GM has gone rear-wheel drive crazy.

After exiting bankruptcy, the company has resumed work on the next-generation Zeta platform. Details are scarce, but Motor Trend is reporting the platform will be lighter and available in two wheelbases.

Chevrolet and Buick are expected to get short-wheelbase sedans, while Cadillac will receive two long-wheelbase models. The Chevy is described as a "four-door Camaro" and the Buick has luxury-oriented ambitions.

Cadillac will gain a Mercedes S-Class competitor and a flagship with Sixteen-inspired styling. The latter model will attempt to establish Cadillac as a legitimate luxury brand by carrying a base price of $125,000 to $140,000.