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Remember when we used to build things? Not “we” like you and me, but we like Australia. We’re a country that built stuff like Wi-Fi, the Hills Hoist, the ultrasound and the goonbag. We were also a country that built great cars. Now we don’t do any of those things. These are the cars Australia built.
First Ford, next Holden? The Commodore-manufacturer could pull out of Australian manufacturing within three years according to a new report.
Holden claims that its new VF Ute smashed a world-record at the insane Nürburgring racetrack in Germany, but we’re not so sure.
The Holden Volt is a pretty impressive piece of kit, but as we mentioned in our review, it has a bit of an image problem. In a bid to address the issue, Holden staffed itself into a local petrol station in Victoria and only charged customers $2.50 for however much fuel they liked to compare the cost of owning a petrol car versus owning a Holden Volt.