What the 2021 Holden Commodore would have looked like
This is what today's Holden Commodore would have looked like – if the model and the Holden brand hadn't been axed.
Opel/Vauxhall, now part of the Peugeot-Citroen group, has introduced in Europe the updated version of the car we knew as a Holden Commodore.
We can’t know for certain if Holden would have imported rebadged Insignias if its future was looking a little brighter.
But it’s interesting to consider what a 2021 Holden Commodore might have looked like.
Tesla, Ford and GM offer to build ventilators amid shortages
Car companies in the US and UK are offering up their manufacturing plants for the production of ventilators, in a bid to assist with growing shortages imposed by the coronavirus crisis.
The movement started when UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson called on local manufacturers to mobilise in order to increase output of the units, which are an essential for critical coronavirus patients who require breathing assistance.
Holden Commodore future in doubt as General Motors axes its US twin
The future of the Holden Commodore is in doubt, with insiders claiming it is likely to come to an unceremonious end about 12 months from now, bringing down the curtain on a tumultuous 42-year run.
However, Holden says the Holden Commodore is here to stay despite the shock announcement in the US overnight that its identical twin, the Buick Regal, will be phased out next year due to weak sales driven by a buyer shift to SUVs.
2020 Holden Astra previewed by Opel/Vauxhall facelift
With a new Ford Focus already on sale and the Volkswagen Golf Mark VIII around the corner, the PSA Group has given its Opel and Vauxhall Astra range a freshen up.
Externally the differences are slight, with a new grille design incorporating shutters, and redesigned front and rear bumpers being the most obvious changes.
Peugeot 308: Rumours of German and UK production not true - UPDATE
The PSA Group, parent to brands including Peugeot, Citroen and Opel, could shake up its production schedule, starting with the next-generation Peugeot 308.
UPDATE, 15/5/19: Automotive News Europe has published a new article this morning quoting a PSA spokesperson shutting down rumours of Peugeot 308 production outside of France.
"There is no plan to produce the 308 in Germany or in the UK," the spokesperson told the publication.
"We will advise on the production site when appropriate."