We think of Australia as a sort of parallel America, with backcountry bogans in V8 Holdens existing like bizarro rednecks in lumpy-cam Camaros. As it turns out, the V8 is not the critical part of the equivalency equation.
This is a Holden Torana V8 SLR5000 driven by some dude named Troy Donoghue showing the proper means of recovering from a spin in a rear-drive rally muscle car. Or, just, how Troy likes to drive.
Whether or not they call it a Chevelle, GM's now very explicit plans are to build a vehicle in the same mold as their once extremely successful RWD car, probably sharing a platform with a new Australian model. Here's everything we think we know.