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More Details On Mission To Save Holden Plant

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Earlier this week we learned that a Belgian entrepreneur with a habit of buying distressed businesses and turning them around is looking to acquire the production facilities of General Motors Company’s Australian subsidiary Holden, as the facilities are scheduled to close at the end of 2017.

Billionaire Wants to Save Holden Plant After GM Ends Aussie Production

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - A few years back, General Motors announced that Holden would stop all production in Australia and reduce engineering operations by 2017. While GM would still produce Holden-badged vehicles, models like the Caprice, Commodore, and Ute would be phased out.

HSV Rumored To Revive GTS-R Badge For Rear-Drive Commodore Swan Song

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Holden is set to end production of its rear-wheel-drive Commodore range in 2017. There will be a new Commodore arriving in 2018, but this will be a front-wheel-drive-based model derived from another General Motors Company [NYSE:GM] vehicle and, perhaps most tragically, no longer with the option of a V-8.

First Buick Cascada Rolls Off the Assembly Line in Poland

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - The Cascada is the first Buick model built by GM's Gliwice, Poland plant. It also produces the Opel Cascada for European markets, and in February 2015, the plant began exporting the Holden Cascada to the Australian and New Zealand markets.

How Is Six-Time Bathurst 1000 Winner Craig Lowndes So Fast?

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Craig Lowndes claimed his sixth ever Bathurst 1000 win with help from codriver Steven Richards. It was also a thirtieth win for Holden at the Australian endurance classic, and it came after an unbelievable six-car melee for the lead at the end.