Next Chevy SS to be built in America, exported to Australia as Holden Commodore?
Deveraux also said, "We will import vehicles from all over the GM world using the scale, expertise and power of our global product development team." If the nameplate issue is actually settled, the remaining question is what products the Holden lion will be attached to. Speculation is that there's a chance the current Commodore would make a full-hemispheric-circle and, after being developed in Oz, built there and exported here as the Chevrolet SS, be built here and exported to Australia as a Commodore.
It will be a few years before we find out the specifics of Holden's long-term future, which also means we'll have a few years of rumors to sift through until then - such as the article in another Aussie paper suggesting Holden manufacturing might be shut down earlier than planned.
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