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  1. Automotive Industry & GM News
    If you aren't familiar with the Australian burnout car, then you're missing out. See, authorities down under have taken a particular hatred to anyone who wants to make an exhibition of power in any way on the open road. Even Formula 1 driver Lewis Hamilton got a ticket for spinning his wheels...
  2. Automotive Industry & GM News
    Holden recently shut down its Elizabeth, South Australia plant. That means that its muscle car is going away for good. So an employee invited all of its final edition owners to the Lang Lang proving grounds to say goodbye. The event was organized by a proving ground, Commodore-owning employee...
  3. Automotive Industry & GM News
    Stocks of the Holden Commodore Ute are so low that they are believed to be completely sold out. I, meanwhile, am believed to be sad. When GM decided to stop making cars in Australia, it effectively decided to stop making Utes and the last Commodore Ute rolled off the line four months ago...
  4. Motorsports & Racing News
    The Red Bull Holden Racing Team has unveiled their latest Commodore Supercar with a gorgeous background. The new Supercar, running in the Australia Supercars Championship, is the first one based on the new ZB Commodore, which is in essence a front-drive Opel Insignia that replaces a long line...
  5. GM Holden News
    Holden has dropped promo shots of the new Commodore ahead of a looming debut of it's global twin, the Vauxhall Insignia, and it looks sharp. Though clearly an over worked photochop, this gives us the clearest picture yet of what the replacement for the locally manufactured RWD Commodore will...
  6. NG Commodore

    New Holden Commodore Promo Shots
  7. NG Commodore

    New Holden Commodore Promo Shots
  8. GM Holden News
    Surprise, surprise, fans of Australia's storied Holden brand are up in arms over the Commodore name gracing the flanks of next-generation sedan set for import from Germany. Australians don't want the Commodore name to be used on what is essentially a rebadged Opel Insignia, when the...
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