Holden knows that the Zeta rear-wheel drive program isn't dead; hell they're almost ready to unleash it on Australia. Holden bases their most popular models on a rear-wheel drive platform and the next generation VE Commodore will be based on the Zeta architecture that GM said was canceled in North America. "The car was three-quarters done when they joined and suddenly Zeta became a global architecture," said Holden chairman Denny Mooney. Just remember, the platform names are just semantics. We would bet we'd see a lower-priced RWD vehicle from GM within the next two years. Holden's work is too good to ignore.
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