GM Holden’s long-running Commodore nameplate is to live on in Australia. Chairman and Managing Director Mike Devereux puts an end to a constant stream of speculation about the iconic Aussie nameplate at a media preview for the heavily revised VF Commodore. The VF is to be replaced at the end of 2016 by a new vehicle, based on a global General Motors platform, to be manufactured at GM Holden’s Elizabeth plant in South Australia. “A lot of folks have been speculating ...
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