GM Holden’s performance vehicle arm appears set to live on after the General Motors Australian subsidiary ceases local manufacturing in three years. Holden Special Vehicles, a joint venture between GM and Walkinshaw Performance, will lose its domestic vehicle supply, in particular the Australian-built Commodore, when Holden becomes a full importer in 2017. There have been reports Walkinshaw was considering doing business in the U.S. as Chevrolet Special Vehicles, once Holden ends local ...

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