Maybe it is a combination of both? Maybe we will get some more info on the 16th - but that info might be slanted towards just the GTSR and W1 and might not include anything that would steal Holden's thunder (eg. perhaps no pics - just some specs and confirmation that it is happening ... kind of like what is going on for the Redline Motorsport Edition and Director now, with dealers confirming quite a lot of details but no pics yet).
I too would be very surprised if HSV could release anything but partial (teaser) photos of any 2017 stock before Holden has come out with theirs.
Both Wheels and Motor magazine have stated that 250 units of the GTS-R W1 will be built according to their sources, although we can agree that they are not always correct. But based upon the information forum members are receiving I think it's safe to speculate that HSV will build between 150 and 250 units of the GTS-R W1.
HSV. Walkinshaw may continue building/modding cars, but I can't see HSV wanting to do anything with any of the new Holdens
I think anyone in the market for a performance 4 will go Euro.
They are way ahead in development. A hottie new Commodore would struggle against AMG and Audi offerings.
I cant see Colorado builds being enough to keep HSV going as a dedicated manufacturer.