Tag Archives: Holden Commodore

HSV builds its final Holden Commodore-based super sedan

Australia's semi-official tuner to Holden, HSV, has made a name for itself over the past three decades by churning out meaty muscle cars based on successive generations of rear-wheel-drive, V-8-powered Holden Commodores. All of that has come to an end, however, as HSV on Wednesday announced the construction of its final Commodore-based model. The car...

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End of the road for Australian car production

It's a sad day for automotive enthusiasts in Australia, and a few in other parts of the globe, as the country's car industry comes to a grinding halt. On Friday, General Motors' local subsidiary Holden turned the lights off at its plant in Elizabeth, South Australia, ending 69 years of Holden production in the country. The brand will live...

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Opel Insignia GSi Sports Tourer spy shots

Opel's new Insignia GSi, which we're getting as the 2018 Buick Regal GS, has just been spotted testing in its wagon body style, which Opel refers to as a Sports Tourer. We're only getting the Regal GS as a fastback sedan but Opel will offer both fastback sedan and wagon versions...

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Vauxhall gets final run of VXR8 super sedans from Down Under

General Motors' British outfit, Vauxhall, has received its last batch of VXR8 muscle sedans. The final version is the VXR8 GTSR, which is just a rebadged version of the GTSR from semi-official Holden tuner HSV. The GTSR is based on the VF-Series Holden Commodore, a version of which is sold...

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