GM releases 2011 Holden Series II family for Australia
2011 Holden Series II family – Click above for high-res image gallery
Legendary Pontiac ad-man Jim Wangers selling off his collection
Jim Wangers' 1969 Pontiac GTO Judge – Click above for high-res image gallery
Report: Holden tallies $210M loss, blames Pontiac
2009 Pontiac G8 GXP – Click above for a high-res image gallery
Report: GM's Mark Reuss ponders return of VE Commodore to U.S.
Holden VE Ute – Click above for high-res image gallery
Australian "Pontiac" G8 given extended run?
Holden VE Commodore SS V-Series Special Edition – Click above for high-res image gallery
REPORT: Australian racing fans limited to just 24 beers per day
Bathurst 1000 fan enjoying a coldie during The Great Race
One Last Time: Henderson slams door on Pontiac G8 revival
Middle East-market Chevy Lumina SS - Click above for high-res gallery
HSV Tourer super-wagon set to haul stuff, ass
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Holden and Ford trading punches before Falcon arrives
Holden and Ford have been fighting the battle of Commodore vs. Falcon for many years, and with the recent announcement of the new Falcon range, the war has heated up. Holden's very competent Holden line has been given quite a jolt in anticipation of the Falcon's release, with many offerings trumping Ford's recently introduced Falcon models.
Pontiac G8 production now underway
Since the G8 was unveiled at the Chicago Auto Show, there has been an air of optimism for the Pontiac brand. There's good reason for the uptick in serotonin, too, as the G8 is a real live RWD sedan from the General. It doesn't hurt that its 6.0L V8 can kick out 362 HP and hit 60 mph in 5.3 seconds. It ma
Modified HDT Commodores to commemorate racing legend Peter Brock
The relationship between Holden and the late Peter Brock goes back nearly forty years, and a good part of that time saw the Aussie racing legend compete behind the wheel of a Commodore sedan. During his illustrious career, Brock's leadership of the Holden Dealer Team (HDT) racing outfit also saw several modified high-performance roadgoing
Chevy El Camino could return for 2011
Mike Levine at PickupTruck.com is speculating that there's a good chance the El Camino name will be revived in the near future. The prospects just seem too good considering that Holden, GM's Australian division, is set to soon export the Zeta rear-wheel-drive platform t
Holden drops 600 workers from Commodore assembly plant
Looks like the sometimes-suicidally-prone manufacturing robots at General Motors are taking jobs away from some real people. The Australian is reporting that up to 600 Holden employees will be getting their pink slips in the company's Elizabeth plant in South Australia. The Elizabeth plant is where the Holden Commodore, among other vehicles, is manufactured. The explanation is that the company
Toyota Aurion attempting to tackle Holden and Ford in Australia... again
Toyota is attempting to breach the large car market in Australia, again. Although past attempts were not exactly stellar, it thinks now it may have what it will take to succeed with the Aurion. This large front-wheel drive sedan effectively replaces the lamentable Avalon in the only market segment the company hasn't managed to make a dent in so far. The Toyota Aurion has already been advertised quite heavily and will hit dealerships soon,
Aussie boys borrow grandma's ride, hit the road
A pair of young Australian brothers who were apparently over eager to see their grandfather decided to clandestinely borrow their grandmother's red Holden Commodore on Sunday and set out to find him. The two boys drove around 60 miles, none of which would be news if the boys weren't ages 10 and six.
Spy Shots: 2008 Chevy Impala
Behold... the 2008 Chevy Impala-- or at least, that's what The Car Connection thinks it is. The mystery vehicle in question sports round rear taillights, a grillw that looks suspiciously like the 2003 Chevy SS concept, and a long wheelbase. TCC makes a good case that the prototype is rear-wheel drive based on its similarity to the Zeta-based Holden Commodore that spy photographers shot tearing around GM's practice tracks. All of this follows the now-convent