We’ll go ahead and presume that such a vehicle would utilize the Omega architecture.
The fact that the current model isn’t available was a pre-bankruptcy planning mistake.
A government-appointed panel suggested the automaker be assessed strong punitive measures.
Don’t expect so much cash on the hood going forward.
The program helps bring automotive shopping into the 21st century.
Despite the power disadvantage, the engine would have saved weight.
A small hike for a big truck.
The funding is for the next-generation Opel Astra and Insignia, as well as for the next-generation 2.0 liter turbo-diesel engine.
Mr. Brook is taking on the additional role of heading up Holden’s service and parts operations.
Business and blood.
The automaker is reviewing its purchasing activities and seems to be looking to bring more work in-house.
All in the name securing their jobs — the future of Holden manufacturing.