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General Motors Australia announces Marc Ebolo as Managing Director
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8th Oct 2020
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General Motors Australia announces Marc Ebolo as Managing Director

Marc Ebolo has been announced as the new Managing Director of General Motors Australia and New Zealand. With two decades at the company, Mr Ebolo has experience in sales, strategy, and product planning within the region. The appointment expands on his current position as MD of Holden New Zealand. The new role will see Mr Ebolo leading Holden Aftersales operations in both countries, as well as the recently-announced GM Speciality Vehicles (GMSV).
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Ben Zachariah
GMSV confirmed, Corvette coming 2021
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17th Aug 2020
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GMSV confirmed, Corvette coming 2021

US car giant General Motors will retain a presence in Australia with a range of specialist vehicles including the Chevrolet Silverado pick-up and Corvette sports-car from the US, Holden has confirmed today. The new General Motors Specialty Vehicles operation will be established by the end of this year, as the Holden brand is retired.
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Joshua Dowling
Chevrolet Silverado 1500 by HSV priced from $113,990 plus on-road costs
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15th Apr 2020
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Chevrolet Silverado 1500 by HSV priced from $113,990 plus on-road costs

The Chevrolet Silverado 1500 V8 petrol pick-up – converted to factory right-hand-drive standards by Holden Special Vehicles in Melbourne – will start from $113,990 plus-on-road costs, or about $120,000 drive-away. This price puts the Chevrolet Silverado LTZ Premium Edition 1500 V8 petrol pick-up well above the Ram 1500 V8 Express ($79,950 drive-away) and the Ram 1500 V8 Laramie ($104,950 plus on-road costs).
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Joshua Dowling
Holden history: from the beginning to the end
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17th Feb 2020
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Holden history: from the beginning to the end

General Motors has sold cars in Australia since 1902, setting up an Oldsmobile dealer north west of Adelaide – which continues to sell Holdens today. However, the US giant first became involved with Holden in 1924. At the time Holden was a motor body builder, fitting its designs to other car brand’s chassis, graduating to this new fangled form of transportation after starting as a saddlery in 1856.
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