Reigning V8 Supercar and three-time Bathurst 1000 Champions, TeamVodafone, and its drivers, Craig Lowndes and Jamie Whincup, will race Holden Commodores from 2010. Holden Executive Director Sales, Marketing and Aftersales, Alan Batey made the announcement at a press conference held at GM Holden headquarters in Melbourne today.
“Holden has a long and proud history in motorsport that stretches back over 40 years and today’s announcement is an exciting step into the next chapter,” Mr Batey said. “Our commit
GM Holden dealerships are now receiving their first deliveries of Holden EcoLine-badged vehicles. EcoLine is the GM Holden brand designed to highlight the company’s broad range of vehicles that use an alternative fuel or fuel saving technology.
The Holden EcoLine range offers consumers affordable solutions to tack
Holden Special Vehicles has released a limited edition run of E-Series Senators to co-incide with the 2009 Melbourne Motorshow.The Senator nameplate is one of HSV’s most successful, stretching all the way back to the first model – the VP Senator – in 1992.
It signified HSV moving from a purely performance based car manufacturer to focus on the ‘luxury-performance’ product.
According to Managing Director Phil Harding the E-Series Sen
The all-new Holden Cruze made its Australian debut at the Melbourne International Motor Show today signalling the company’s latest entrant in the competitive small car segment.
Cruze is the first of General Motors’ new wave of global products and enters Australia’s small car segment equipped with striking road presence, advanced interior comfort and high levels of safety features.
Powered by a 1.8 litre 4-cylinder ECOTEC petrol engine or optional 2.0 litre 4-cylinder turbocharged common rail diesel engi
The Holden Commodore is Australia’s favourite passenger car for the 13th consecutive year after finishing 2008 as the nation’s best-seller. The result continues Commodore’s unbroken record from 1996 as the country’s leading passenger car range, extending its run as one of the modern automotive world’s longest
GM Holden will build an all-new small car in Australia alongside the country's best-selling Commodorerange. The second carline will start in the third quarter of 2010 with support from the Federal and South Australian Governments.
The vehicle will be based on General Motors' global Delta small car platform and feature new technologies to increase fuel efficiency and reduce greenhouse emissions. The new front-wheel-drive vehicle will be built a
GM Holden has introduced a rear-view camera option for all Sportwagon models, continuing to reinforce the popular Sportwagon as the smart new choice for families.
A first for a locally built Holden, the significant safety feature helps eliminate blind spots when reversing and works in conjunction with rear park assist which is standard across the Sportwagon range.
The option is available as a full colour screen on Calais, Calais V-Seri
GM Holden’s highly acclaimed VE Commodore range has won the carsales.com Ltd People’s Choice Award in the large car category for the sixth consecutive year.
Carsales.com Ltd, Australia’s number one automotive classifieds company, announced the award today after online car buyers voted for their favourite vehicles using one of its websites, including carsales.com.au, CarPoint.com.au and Redbook.com.au.
Carsales Editor in Chief, Mike Si
GM Holden’s VE SS Ute has claimed the 2008 Drive Car of the Year’s Best Ute Award for the second year running. The ute won the award for its car-like driving dynamics, high-performing engine and competitive pricing.
Throughout the judging process, the SS ute was put through its paces during six days of non-stop
GM Holden today acknowledged ANCAP's confirmation of a four star crash rating for the upgraded 2009 model year Barina three-door hatchback.The result reflects structural improvements and the addition of side impact airbags as standard across the updated Barina hatchback range introduced in August.
The Barina bodyshell has been enhanced with three clearly defined load paths designed to absorb the impact of an offset front-end accident and suppo
GM Holden has upgraded its Alloytec V6 engine on Omega and Berlina models within the VE Commodore range. The improvement offers fuel savings (ADR 81/01) of up to 0.4 litres per 100 kilometres for petrol models and an impressive 1.3 litres per 100 kilometres for LPG variants.
The upgraded all-alloy V6 engine reduces noxious tailpipe emissions* assisting petrol Commodore Omega and Berlina variants achieve the highest Green Vehicle Guide noxious emissions score possible (8.5 points out of 10), excluding electric ve
GM Holden will introduce fuel saving Active Fuel Management (AFM) technology on all its V8 automatic models from January 2009.
AFM, or cylinder deactivation, enables an eight cylinder vehicle to automatically operate on four cylinders in certain driving conditions, before restoring full power when engine demands increase.
In a combination of town and highway driving, the technology can deliver fuel savings of up to one litre per 100 kilometre