The investment has yet to be made official from Holden.
Above the Evoke, below Calais.
Mr. Brook is taking on the additional role of heading up Holden’s service and parts operations.
“Save like a fleet buyer, without actually being one.”
Two parties, two different approaches.
With sight and sound eliminated, the goal was to focus on how the Cruze felt inside.
The escape of Beigeville, that is.
All in the name securing their jobs — the future of Holden manufacturing.
Five stars from the Australasian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP).
It should be interesting to see how the Australian inhabitants/natives/people perceive this “FWD” nonsense.
Ultimately, the endeavor seems like as half-baked and half-assed as the original Chevy Aveo.
Sales did not meet expectations.
An agreement would mean that Holden production would remain in Australia.