It’s sad that GM will stop building Holden in Australia from 2017 onwards. Future Commodore will probably come from China, in FWD and 4-cylinder engine forms. Quite an insult actually. Anyway I hope Holden builds the Monaro before their Australian plant shuts, and show the world what a stupid idea GM has.
Almost a year ago, Autocar reported that Opel-Vauxhall will need more flagship model positioned above Insignia to achieve an improved brand image. Here’s my suggestion, use the newly revamped long wheelbase version of Holden Commodore, otherwise also known as Holden Statesman or Holden Caprice. Badge engineering is what GM does best anyway.
Remember the earlier Chevrolet Caprice renderings? Well here’s the Ute version.
Images may not be re-posted without permission. These renderings were featured in Autoblog a month ago. The accompanying article by Jonathan Ramsey linked the recent patenting of the of the “SS” designation to that of a large RWD Chevrolet Caprice, itself a lightly disguised Holden Commodore.
According to Jalopnik, General Motor’s product planners are considering to import the Holden Commodore Ute to the United States. This vehicle would likely be a Chevrolet, and could bring back the “El Camino” name. I had previously rendered a coupe utility out of the Camaro earlier in March. You can view that here.
In tonight’s episode, the team will put the Volvo XC60 to the test and find out if its safety features are anything to shout about. We will also showcase budding young racing talents that may soon become Malaysia’s upcoming Formula 1 driver and the grass root motorsport scene! On the other end of the motorsport […]
I read somewhere that the Volvo XC90 will soldier on till 2013 before its replacement come. So this is my impression of the XC90’s final facelift. I included some XC60 design elements to the XC90.
This was my entry for CarSpyShots.net Photoshop Contest. This is my rendering of a premium supermini from Volvo based on the Ford Fiesta to rival MINI and Alfa Romeo Mito.