This marks the end of almost 100 years of automotive manufacturing for the nation, and 69 years for Holden.
The final Holden Commodore sedan, wagon and ute, and a Caprice limousine will be made in front of about 1000 special guests and will then be kept by Holden as museum pieces.
The very last car will be a red Commodore V8 sedan.
Australia's automotive industry once represented approximately 50,000 jobs across Australia. Now, Holden will join other manufacturers as an import only brand.
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How do you feel about this? Are we mad moving all automotive production offshore? Can you foresee the same issues faced by auto producing giants such as Detroit in the US?