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  1. 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...
  2. GM Holden News
    A bittersweet goodbye to the locally built VF Commodore. With Holden's Australian production coming to a halt in less than a year, Holden Special Vehicles took the opportunity to assemble the ultimate expression of Australian high-performance, the GTSR W1. HSV managed to secure themselves the...
  3. GM Holden News
    Holden is condescendingly wishing Kia the best of luck with its new RWD Stinger GT sport sedan. Set to show up in September of this year, both Kia and Holden know the Stinger will arrive in Australia just in time for the locally produced, RWD, V8 Holden Commodore to die. Holden will be...
  4. Global Buick News
    Yesterday was a big day for GM's regional brands of Holden and Opel, both previewing new flagship siblings, the Commodore and Insignia Grand Sport respectively. Between Opel, Holden and Buick, extensive work has gone into GM's global E2 platform in order to satisfy three distinct markets--four...
  5. GM Holden News
    Holden has revealed the first details regarding the next-generation Commodore slotted for import from Germany. The Commodore name will bestow a rebadged Opel Insignia, and as such also provides us with an officially sanctioned preview of the upcoming Buick Regal, including a top of the line V6...
  6. Global Buick News
    We were all excited for Opel to debut the 2017 Insignia during the Paris Motor Show this week, until the German brand didn't. Courtesy of a small note buried in The Irish Times Paris Motor Show Coverage, we now know Opel will show it's new saloon during the 2017 Geneva Motor Show in March...
  7. GM Holden News
    When the next-gen Commodore saunters off the ship from Europe, Holden has promised to take it racing. Holden announced their commitment to Supercar racing for the next three years, planning to replace the current V8-motivated, Aussie built Commodore with the new European one in 2018. As of...
  8. GM Holden News
    Holden Special Vehicles believes it can continue building hot-rod Holdens even as local Commodore production comes to an end. Australia's GoAuto is reporting that HSV has expressed interest in continuing its relationship with General Motors when the Opel sourced Commodore hits the scene in...
  9. GM Holden News
    Holden has just been given the green light from Detroit to stuff the Corvette ZR1's 6.2L LS9 into the Commodore... If we're playing paper racing--and we most certainly are-- the ultimate Commy will make more power than a Lamborghini and get about half way there on price. The fastest and most...
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