While America still misses out on the long-wheelbase Statesman and Caprice built on the Zeta platform by GM’s Holden subsidiary, the Middle East is the latest in a growing field of global markets to receive the Aussie built sedan. The upmarket Caprice will go on sale in the Middle East later this year in either Royale or sportier SS trim, and is available exclusively with a 6.0L V8 engine and six-speed automatic transmission. Compared with the outgoing model, the new Caprice has been upgraded with a higher 360hp (268kW) output and a number of improvements to its transmission for better...
GM reveals Daewoo Veritas based on Holden Caprice
Holden has announced today that its Caprice flagship will be exported to South Korea, where it will be sold as the new Daewoo Veritas saloon. The Caprice is essentially a long-wheelbase version of the Zeta-based Commodore/Pontiac G8, and is already exported to China as the Buick Park Avenue. GM was...Viknesh Vijayenthiran
GM Holden plans super-luxury Caprice
Holden is looking to target BMW and Mercedes by adding a whole host of extra features to its already sumptuous LWB Caprice. Taking cues from its Chinese counterpart, the Buick Park Avenue, Holden may add more rear passenger focused features such as heated, adjustable, reclining and vibrating rear...Viknesh Vijayenthiran
Holden launches WM series Statesman and Caprice
Holden has released its latest generation Statesman and Caprice models based on a stretched VE Commodore chassis. The Australian built LWB sedans are due to go sale in its country of origin this month with exports to the Middle East, China, South Korea and New Zealand to start soon after. For the...Viknesh Vijayenthiran