The first images of the vehicle appeared last week (see below) on the ‘Last day of Holden manufacturing in Australia’ Facebook event page as a blank chassis.
The new image shows the car has been painted, and had a bonnet and boot fitted, accompanied by a sign on the roof saying ‘last car’.
A caption on the new image states “This is the last car. It will be a Red, Redline Sedan.”
If true, the final car of Holden’s Elizabeth production line will be a LS3 V8-powered VF SS-V Redline.
Along with an image of what could be the final Holden to be built in Australia, the page also shared a photograph of what is allegedly the empty production line behind the red chassis.
Wheels contacted a Holden spokesman, but he was unable to provide a comment.
Another Facebook page, ‘Farewell to Holden Manufacturing in Australia’, claims general assembly will finish the final VF Commodore on October 18.
The Holden spokesman categorically denied this.
“That is untrue,” he told Wheels.
“The final cars will come off the production line on October 20.”