While the Commodore name will live on, the next car it’s used on may no longer feature rear-wheel drive.
This means the SS may not have a direct replacement, giving it a shelf life of only two to three years.
Not wanting a repeat of the backlash surrounding the demise of the similar Pontiac G8 sedan, which also bowed out of the market after just a couple of years, General Motors may continue selling the SS despite its equivalent Commodore model no longer being produced--providing the demand is there.
The information was revealed by Holden boss Mike Devereux during a recent interview with CarsGuide.
“We are considering all options going forward but won't discuss specifics at this stage,” he said.
In a previous interview, General Motors Company [NYSE:GM] North American chief Mark Reuss hinted at a similar scenario, explaining that all the tooling for the Chevy SS had already been paid for and the capacity available at the Holden plant where it is built.
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