New Holden Commodore based Bitter coming to Frankfurt
The rear wheel drive underpinnings of the Omega eventually went out of production in Europe, but Holden kept the platform alive in Australia. In 2003, Bitter unveiled a new prototype based on the Holden Monaro (Pontiac GTO), and it's been shown a few times since, but never produced. Autoweek.nl is now reporting that Bitter may attempt another comeback this September at the Frankfurt Motor Show with a new car based on the Holden Statesman luxury model. The statesman shares the new GM Zeta platform with the Commodore and the new Pontiac G8. It should be interesting to see what Bitter conjures up this time around and whether the new platform will allow him to raise the funds needed for production.
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