VE Commodore’s architecture underpins U.S. Chevy Camaro.
The final Australian-built VE Commodore, an SS Z Series sedan, rolls off the line at Holden Vehicle Operations in South Australia as GM Holden prepares for the imminent launch of the new VF version. Sold on six continents, with 520,000 units built for both local and global markets during its 8-year lifecycle, the VE Commodore cements a place in the nation’s motoring hall of fame, including being named the best Australian-built car ever. Designed essentially from a blank piece of ...
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