Miscellaneous Thoughts: 2010 Camaro fleet attacks Cowboy stadium, Geely denies copying Rolls-Royce, Pontiac not dead yet

Welcome to our third edition of Miscellaneous Thoughts where we get to ramble about random things we came across the internet today.

Geely denies copying Rolls-Royce: In yesterday’s Miscellaneous Thoughts we told you how Rolls-Royce is contemplating suing the pants off of Geely for copying their Phantom with the GE. Well, today Geely said that it did not copy Rolls-Royce for its new luxury car and that it is keeping its options open about any legal action from the BMW Group owned brand. – DRIVE

Fleet of 2010 Chevrolet Camaros attack the cowboy stadium: GM posted pics of a North Texas Chevrolet dealer heading to the Cowboys stadium with about a dozen units of the all new 2010 Chevrolet Camaro SS. – Head over to TwitPic for more images. – via Jalopnik.

Pontiac not dead… yet: As we all have heard by now, GM is planning to announce the death of Pontiac on Monday. The struggling automaker released a statement today saying that it hasn’t announced any changes to its long-term viability plan. “GM is continuing to review its restructuring plan to go further and faster and best ensure its future success,” GM said in a statement. “Additional information will be released as any decisions are finalized.” – Free Press

Oh, and GM’s plant shutdowns won’t affect the production of the 2010 Chevrolet Camaro – so we’re pretty excited about that. – Inside Line

We almost forgot, Honda’s CEO Takeo Fukui said today that he expects U.S. demand for vehicles to improve later this summer. – Detroit Free Press

– By: Omar Rana