General Motors has turned to Holden once again help fine-tune a car for a global market. The American automaker is putting the trust in Holden to help fine-tune the newly redesigned Chevy Malibu's chassis and give it a little tweaking to suit the Australian market and other locations where the terrain can be rough. General Motors has previously worked with Holden to help export some their most recognizable cars.
The current Chevrolet Camaro, Pontiac G8, GTO and Vauxhall VXR8 have all originated from Holden and their Powertrain Engineering team. The Malibu will go on sale late next year for the first time in Australia.