The Australians have made some very cool cars over the years. Most of them are insane, RWD, V8 sedans and utes, and we think that's cool. What isn't cool is that the market is no longer supporting Aussie manufacturing, which means that the Holden Commodore and Ford Falcon are going the way of the dodo. We've already poured two out, have you?

We assumed that Holden's tuning division, HSV, would go down the drain too, but we're now happy to report that HSV will continue doing crazy things to GM vehicles. There's no word yet on what HSV will be doing once the Commodore is gone, however.

We're hoping that it involves stuffing Corvette engines in everything.

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[via Cars Guide