We muster Holden’s Oz-developed muscle-car royalty to find the coupe worthy of the pony car crown
Today is the day; as we farewell the Aussie built Holden and our look back on 39 years of Commodore, we relive 48 glorious hours in Clayton's curtain call- the HSV GTSR W1
This is it folks, the last battle between Australian-made Ford and Holden V8 sports sedans – and a mighty turbo-six upstart.
Red versus blue. Green versus gold. To Bathurst from the Bush we drive these True Blue Aussie heroes
The right car for Australia and (mostly) good enough for the world makes its final COTY appearance
It’s more sophisticated inside and out. It’s set to take on the world as a Chevrolet SS, and at home, Holden is hoping Aussies will fall in love with Commodore all over again
The fully-loaded GTS Anniversary Edition celebrates a quarter-century of HSV’s local heroes
Editor Bill needed to reconnect with Aussie roads and local muscle, so he grabbed HSV’s new Black Edition in Melbourne, aimed for Sydney the back way, and turned it up to 11
Bolder, better balanced and Brembo-braked, the SS V Redline spearheads Holden's important new VE Series II assault. Factor in its revamped interior, and you're looking at a Commodore that further narrows the gap between factory-fettled and HSV-honed
Believe the hype. With the balance to back up the numbers, HSV has just created Australia's first supercar
The General's billion-dollar baby is no immaculate conception, but it meets the COTY criteria better than any other new car of 2006, shining through as the most deserving recipient of Australia's premier motoring award.
Holden’s first-ever clean-sheet Commodore is benchmarked, not against Ford but Audi and BMW. Here’s your comprehensive guide to the billion-dollar VE range.