The now-defunct GM Holden and Vietnamese automotive start-up VinFast have reached an agreement for the latter to buy the Lang Lang Proving Ground at which Holden had developed cars for over 60 years, ensuring automotive R&D will continue in Australia […]
We bid farewell to the Holden brand by taking a look back to where the Commodore nameplate started. Well, nearly, that is, as a second-iteration VC was as close to the original VB as we could get our hands on.
Holden Special Vehicles has completed its final right-hand drive conversion of a Chevrolet Camaro, marking the end of the line for the current model in Australia. Since the launch of the pre-facelift 2SS model in September 2018, which was followed […]
General Motors has today confirmed that the Holden brand will be retired in Australia and New Zealand by 2021, along with the end of Maven and Holden Financial Services’ operations in Oz, as GM finally pulls the pin on its […]
This time capsule-kept base-spec VN Commodore is not only an absolute oddity to have found in such good condition, but it serves as a reminder of how nothing has ever been built to suit Australian conditions more than a Holden.
Chevrolet has officially lifted the covers off its drop-top C8 Corvette Stingray, and in keeping with the new model’s tradition of breaking from tradition, it sees the convertible ‘Vette feature a retractable hardtop for the first time. Although visually very […]
The ZL1 is the most powerful Camaro ever built, and thanks to a right-hand drive conversion done by HSV, we can experience that power on Aussie soil. But does this Red Hot powerhouse suit Aussie tastes when it comes to the way it drives, or is it better served staying on American roads? We grabbed the keys to one over a rainy Melbourne weekend to find out.
Here’s everything we know so far about the new mid-engined Chevrolet Corvette C8, which is a certainty to head Down Under.