Garth Tander pictured with four year-old Maggie, former Leukaemia patient and her father at Ipswich
Holden V8 Supercar driver and Leukaemia Foundation Ambassador Garth Tander made a special appearance at the Coates Hire Ipswich 300
Kitten shown trapped in VE Commodore
We’ve got a story to tell that adds new meaning to the expression “engine that purrs”.
Earlier this month, a Holden customer noticed their VE Commodore making a strange noise while driving. The noise sounded similar to a cat’s meow and seemed as if it was coming from
“May you live in interesting times.”
This is certainly relevant in the automotive industry – the last few years have been interesting and challenging to say the least.
Public debate about the future of car manufacturing and the role it plays in the Australian economy has been one of the hottest topics in the media.
Everyone at Holden is passionate about what we do and why we do it. Which is why we’ve been championing the industry and