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Holden And The Smith Family Raise $742,000 To Help Learning For Life Kids’ Education Program At Holden Dream Cruise

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - GM Holden has announced a $500,000 contribution to The Smith Family’s Learning for Life sponsorship program, on top of the auction results for three special Holden vehicles, at a presentation during the Holden Dream Cruise celebration in northern Adelaide yesterday afternoon.

Next-Generation ZB Holden Commodore Revealed to the Public for the First Time at Motorclassica

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Holden has revealed the ZB Commodore VXR to the Australian public for the first time this morning at Motorclassica at Melbourne’s Royal Exhibition Building.

Holden is sending off local production with a dream cruise in Adelaide

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Mitsubishi, Ford and Toyota have all shut their local factories and Holden is about to follow suit with the Elizabeth plant closing its doors next week. While there won't be a dry-eyed Holden enthusiast in the country, there will be a chance to celebrate 69 proud years of manufacturing with the offical Dream Cruise. Organised by Holden, the 11km classic car cruise is set for this Sunday, the 15th of October.

Legendary Australian carmaker cruises down memory lane before closure

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - More than 1000 of Australia’s most iconic cars will take to the streets this weekend in a Detroit-style cruise just days before the nation’s last major car manufacturer closes its doors.

Holden Begins Building Last Commodore

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - A leaked photo published on social media appears to show the final Australian-made Holden ahead of the plant's closure on October 20. The image features a Commodore sedan as a bare metal shell in the manufacturer's Elizabeth plant, pictured with a sign signifying the car as the "Last Holden Manufactured in Australia".

Have No Fear, Bowtie Faithful: the Chevrolet Camaro Will Not Wear a Holden Badge in Australia

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - General Motors’ Australian outpost is losing all of its domestic production, but that doesn’t mean Holden is shutting down all of its Australian development operations. Late last month, we told you the Chevrolet Camaro was going to become a right-hand-drive model five years earlier than originally planned because of special rebuilds by GM’s Holden division.