Everyone's been going on about how this might have been a huge mistake for Holden, so I did some maths. June commodore sales were a bit over 5000 commodores. If Holden makes $50 per commodore at this sales rate, it will have made $1.5b in 5 years time, allowing for extra money into new models. I don't think this is too bad, because even if the VE doesn't bring back large car sales, surelly it'll be enough to slow or stop the drop in sales. Besides, Holden are looking extremelly closely at exporting the commodore. By the way, the LWB model sales will increase profit even further.