For years, Holden has been offering badge engineered from various global car manufacturers, with most of them coming from the stables of General Motors. The Australian car maker aims at adding even more excitement to its existing lineup and as per the latest news, the same is going to introduce three new European sourced vehicles to its portfolio. The first of the lot is the sleek and sensuous Cascada convertible that is scheduled to arrive in New Zealand and Australia in 2015. Not just that, Australian customers will also be able to buy the Astra GTC and VXR 3-door hatchbacks and the Insignia VXR performance saloon.

The other two models will join the Australian lineup shortly after the launch of the Cascada. Stefan Jacoby, GM Executive Vice President and President, General Motors International Operations said, “Holden is one of the strongest brands in Australia and the introduction of the Astra,