Holden will cease to existFebruary 17, 2020
General Motors Corporation is going to stop selling Holden cars since 2021. This will cause the test center and design studio in Melbourne to close, and also reduce about 600 workers.
The Holden lineup includes Acadia and Equinox crossovers, an Astra hatchback, and also the Commodore model. Moreover, that Astra and Commodore are leaving, information appeared last year, now it became known that GM will abandon the off-road family. At the same time, the closure of the last Holden enterprise took place in 2017, and from that period the company began to import cars from other continents.
Holden has been producing cars in an Australian factory since 1948, and the last built instance of Commodore was 7,687,675 in a row.
At the same time, before the conveyor stopped, they launched a “farewell” variation of the car under the name Motorsport Edition. Such a “4-door” had a V8 aspirated engine with a volume of 6.2 liters and a capacity of 413 hp. (570 Nm).
A total of 1,200 units of the Holden Commodore Motorsport Edition were produced, the cost starting from AUS $ 61,790
In addition, a teaser for the GM electric pickup truck appeared on the Internet earlier. Production of new items should start in 2021.
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