US-built models could go into production by 2015

by SpeedLux

Holden has plans to expand their production line and to move to many parts of the world. Their dreams have been shattered several times due to a number of business and political reasons. Although they have forgotten their plans for production units in many countries, they are trying a lot to enter into the American market at any means. There is no clear answer from the market giant GM regarding their plans to spread the brand name of Holden into United States. Although they both are under the same concern, they are given independency with the head in expanding production lines.

Some confidential sources reveal that the Australian production unit of Holden will be shot down in the midst of 2017 and then the entire production unit will come to north America, where they have their biggest ever production unit in the whole world. When asked with executives of GM, they informed that Holden will not run out of business. They told that it is in a long haul process of development that it takes more days to reveal what they are up to. Some Australian build models like commodore and Ute are going to be brought up to American market in near future, according to team Holden.

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