Future RWD Cadillac-Underpinned Holdens and Chevys May Come
Jan 28, 2014 12:57
CarAdvice says that holden could start using the Cadillac platforms to underpin the next generation Commodore.
There's a possibility the new Commodore would again share its underpinnings with a Chevrolet SS, though, a simple rebadging operation was denied by Cadillac’s chief marketing officer, Uwe Ellinghaus, who said:
“We are not going back to badge engineering… Customers are not dumb, they are cosmopolitan, they travel the world and find the same car under the same brand name. Been there, done that, not going there again.”
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