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Holden 2011

Holden 2010

Holden 2009

Holden 2008
VE Commodore Sportwagon
Coupe 60 Concept

Holden 2007
VE Ute SV6

Holden 2006
WM Statesman
WM Caprice
VE Commodore SV6
VE Commodore SS-V
VE Commodore SS
VE Commodore Omega
VE Commodore Calais V
VE Commodore Calais
VE Commodore Berlina
TK Barina Sedan
HFV6 Rodeo
Captiva SX
Captiva MaXX
Captiva LX
Captiva CX

Holden 2005
WL Statesman International
VZ One Tonner Cross 6
VZ Crewman Cross 8
VZ Commodore SS-Z
VZ Adventra
TK Barina Hatch 5-door
TK Barina Hatch 3-door
Monaro CV8-Z
JF Viva Wagon
JF Viva Sedan
JF Viva Hatch
Efijy Concept
Astra Wagon
Astra SRi Turbo
Astra 3-door

Holden 2004
WL Caprice
VZ Ute
VZ One Tonner
VZ Monaro
VZ Crewman SS
VZ Crewman
VZ Commodore SV8
VZ Commodore SV6
VZ Commodore Calais
Torana TT36 Hatch Concept
SST Stepside Custom Pickup Concept
HSV Avalanche XUV
Astra CD 5door
Astra CDXi 5door
Astra CDX 5door

Holden 2003
VY Commodore SS
VY Commodore S
VY Commodore Executive
VY Commodore Acclaim
HSV Coupe 4
HSV Avalanche
Astra Convertible

Holden 2002
SSX Concept
SST Concept
HRT 427 Concept
Cross 8 Concept

Holden 2001
Utester Concept
Jack8 Concept
HSV Maloo Ute Concept

Holden 2000
Sandman Concept
ECOmmodore Concept

Holden 1998
Coupe Concept

Holden 1970
GTRX Concept

Holden 1969
Hurricane Concept

GM Holden Ltd is an Australian automaker based in Port Melbourne, Victoria. The company was founded in 1856 as a saddlery business, but later moved into the automotive field, becoming a subsidiary of General Motors (GM) in 1931. Holden has taken charge of vehicle operations for GM in Australasia and, on behalf of GM, holds partial ownership of GM Daewoo in South Korea. Over the years, Holden has offered a broad range of locally produced vehicles, supplemented by imported GM models. In the past, Holden has offered badge engineered Chevrolet, Isuzu, Nissan, Suzuki, Toyota, and Vauxhall Motors models in sharing arrangements, with Daewoo, Opel and Isuzu-sourced models sold currently.

Holden bodyworks are manufactured at Elizabeth, South Australia, and engines are produced at the Fishermens Bend plant in Port Melbourne, Victoria. Historically, production or assembly plants were operated in all mainland states of Australia: Acacia Ridge, Queensland; Dandenong, Victoria; Mosman Park, Western Australia; Pagewood, New South Wales; and Woodville, South Australia. Until 1990, GM's New Zealand subsidiary Holden New Zealand operated a plant based in Trentham, with a plant in Petone running until 1984. The consolidation of car production at Elizabeth was completed in 1988, but some assembly operations continued at Dandenong until 1996.

Although Holden's involvement in exports has fluctuated since the 1950s, the declining sales of large cars in Australia has led the company to look to international markets to increase profitability; in 2006, exports alone accounted for almost AU$1.3 billion in earnings.

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