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The next Holden Commodore to hit Australia will be French-owned

Tom Elliott
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The next Holden Commodore to hit Australia in 2018 will be French-owned.

Overnight, General Motors sold two of its brands, Opel and Vauxhall to the PSA Group, a French company who own Citroen and Peugeot.

The Holden Commodore and Astra are sourced from Opel.

Speaking on 3AW Drive, Editor of Wheels Magazine, Alex Inwood, told Tom Elliott it’s not the end of the Holden brand.

‘For the next 5 years or so, not much will change with the actual car…but beyond that it looks like PSA will bring Opel and start changing things into its global empire, and the Commodore will be a very different beast.’

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Tom Elliott
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