The Holden Kingswood is a full-size cars made by General Motors-Holden, the Australian subsidiary of General Motors (GM). Model-wise range consists of entry-level Belmont (replaces Standard), the Kingswood itself (replacing Special), and high-specification Premier (replaces "old" Premier).
commercial variants are available in three types: coupé utilities, panel vans, and heavy-duty One Tonner cab chassis. During this live ads, Holden offered "unbadged basic model" and the Belmont and Kingswood version. A two-door Monaro coupé and extended-length Brougham also offered, although not falling within the range of Kingswood. The Brougham was replaced in 1971 by the brand Statesman, based on second-generation architecture.
Outside Australia, Kingswood and its derivatives have been sold in New Zealand, parts of Asia, and South Africa branded as Holdens. After the end of 1960, sacked from the Chevrolet Impala and Chevelle Canadian-source in South Africa, and the model Holden Kingswood Premier is badge engineered as the Chevrolet Chevrolet Kommando and Constantia, respectively. In 1971, after the introduction of all-new model and dropped the Holden brand in South Africa, Holden utility was known as the Chevrolet El Camino. Between the years 1974 and 1978 sold a ton of utility as a Chevrolet El Torro.
passenger car production stopped with the collapse of Kingswood HZ series in 1980, replaced by a smaller Commodore released two years earlier. However, the name survived through one of Kingswood utility version which consists of various Holden WB produced between 1980 until 1984.