The bowtie badge is heading Down Under. As General Motors revamps its overseas presence — pulling out of some countries, ditching its Opel and Vauxhall subsidiaries — Australians can look forward to visiting a GM dealership with more than just the Holden brand on the sign.Holden Special Vehicles (HSV), a performance sub-brand of GM’s Holden subsidiary, has struck a deal to convert and market left-hand-drive Chevrolet Camaros and Silverado Heavy Dutys for consumers suddenly starved of hot, rear-wheel-drive GM products.These buyers should give thanks to Ford.When the Blue Oval brought its current-generation Mustang to Australia, buyers rose to the challenge. It’s now the country’s best-selling sports car, and the brand’s second-best-selling vehicle. At the same time, Holden’s long-running Commodore sedan — a taught, V8-powered, rear-drive performance sedan known to Americans as the Chevrolet SS — bit the dust, leaving Holden with a stable of popular, if bland, rebadged Chevy products.GM needed something to fill the gap and give Ford a worthwhile challenger. We told you in October that GM would not Holden-ify the Camaro, and the company kept its promise.“We’re excited to re-introduce the Chevrolet brand to the Australian market as part of an expanded GM presence in Australia, in partnership with HSV,”… Read full this story
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