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What's right for Holden is right for GM: Reuss

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What's right for Holden is right for GM: Reuss

Ahead of his return to the US, departing MD Mark Reuss expects to retain a strong bond with Holden

Mark Reuss leaves Holden in a healthy state. The company has endured as much hardship as any other in the current economic climate, but Commodore remains the top-selling car and migration to direction-injection V6 power will consolidate its position in the market.

Currently handing over the reins to Alan Batey, Reuss is moving to a new role as vice president, global vehicle engineering for GM.

Probably his last official act as the head of Holden, Reuss announced the SIDI engine upgrade for the V6 Commodore to the press yesterday. It's a testament to the regard in which Reuss is held in the GM world that he was outed by Senator Kim Carr at the launch yesterday, as "one of 10 people who put 'the New GM' together".

Given his new position will distance him from Holden geographically, but there'll still be some interaction with the company's engineers, the Carsales Network asked Reuss to outline his views on Holden and its export-market product.

On the issue of the Commodore returning to the US market in the foreseeable future, Reuss was careful not to pass comment on the prospects.

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