GM to build Trax for Holden image

The North American based automotive giant General Motors has recently announced that it will build the Trax crossover for Holden.

The Holden Trax, as it will be officially named, will be basically a rebadged version of the Chevrolet Trax, but the Holden variant will get a revised front grille with prominently features and, of course, the Holden logos on it. Even if the announcement has been officially made, General Motors didn’t say anything more about the Holden Trax or the Chevrolet Trax, except the fact that it will have a lot of cargo space and class-leading technology.

“Trax will deliver the flexibility, great fuel economy, advanced safety features and car-like handling that more and more customers are looking for in today’s SUVs. This is another great example of Holden bringing the best new vehicles from GM’s global portfolio to Australia. With cars like Trax we continue to deliver world-class vehicles that meet the changing needs of customers”, said the executive director of Sales, Marketing and Aftersales within Holden, John Elsworth.

Unfortunately we don’t have any more details on the upcoming Holden Trax for the moment but the global Chevrolet version of the model will be officially presented to the public this year in September, during the 2012 Paris Motor Show. More info will be announced closer to the model’s debut.