April 15, 2014
- Call it the Collingwoodore.
April 13, 2014
- Final Australian-made Holden Cruze previewed in Chevy guise before NY premiere
April 8, 2014
- In the span of 24 hours, Australia inked two free trade agreements with both Japan and South Korea. Even though Holden, Ford and Toyota had already committed to ending auto manufacturing in Australia, it’s hard not to see the agreements as the last nail in the coffin of Australia’s once strong auto industry. Although North […]
- Little more than a month after leaving the top slot at Volkswagen of India to become managing director of Holden, Australian outlets are reporting that Gerry Dorizas said he wants Holden to be number one in Oz market share by 2020. Dorizas says he believes it can be done with better and more youth-focused product, a better dealership experience and "a lot of work." Even with all of that, it's an ambitious timeline. Holden has seen its once colossal 25-percent market share drop to 9.9 percent...
April 5, 2014
- The return of the El-Camino. Sort of.
April 3, 2014
- Return to sales leadership possible three-years after factory shuts: new Holden MD
- Holden's market share is a fraction of what it used to be.
- The Volvo S60 Polestar may not seem like a natural fit for the V8 Supercars series that runs throughout Australia, New Zealand and Tasmania. After all, the all-wheel-drive production-spec car isn't even available with a V8. But the rear-wheel-drive racing version has acquitted itself well in the early races of the season, even scoring an overall win at a race in Melbourne. Currently at seventh place in the championship, the S60 the most successful car that isn't a Holden or Ford. To celebrate...
- Holden design studio to stay open, but role within GM will change once plants close