Although Holden is preparing to write a new chapter, effectively closing a lengthy log with its Zeta journal, the company will not banish its past.
Local affiliate 9 News reports Holden’s historic collection of concept cars will not be sold off, relocated or dispersed after local-manufacturing ceases in 2017. Currently, the concepts reside at Holden’s Melbourne headquarters, and the vehicles will remain there for the foreseeable future.
The collection includes the 1969 Holden Hurricane, the stillborn 1970 Holden GTR-X and the 2005 Holden EFIJY concept. Though, modern concepts also call the space home including the 2008 Holden Coupe 60, and the reimagined 2000 Holden Sandman.
The brand says the concept vehicles will also see more of the outdoors, and plans to showcase them at local car shows and events around the country.