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Holden’s global RWD architecture gathers pace

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EVIDENCE that General Motors’ large rear-wheel drive vehicle plans are back on track continues to emerge from the US, with GM last week announcing the appointment of a chief engineer for Holden’s Zeta global vehicle architecture program.

Doug Houlihan, formerly assistant chief rear-drive vehicle engineer for North American applications, has been named as the man who will run Holden’s Zeta architectural development centre, or "homeroom", in Port Melbourne.

At the recent Holden Tigra launch, GM Holden chairman and managing director Denny Mooney added that reports proclaiming the Zeta program as dead were wide of the mark.

"Holden’s involvement in Zeta will be much larger than what many thought it would be," he told GoAuto. "We’re still working on it."

> Full Article Edited by douglask

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