How does Holden have a month by month breakout of production numbers for a car that will only be built to order and for which no orders have been placed? I get the sense that GM is totally flying by the seat of their pants on the SS and half the time have no idea what they're doing from one week to the next.
1) Announce price. If you're not ready to announce price, and I have no idea why that would be the case on a car with one option, then at least announce the date you will be announcing price.
2) Announce the ordering procedure and take orders. If you're not ready for that either, announce the date you will be announcing the ordering procedure and taking orders.
GM treats its customers like they're unsophisticated desperate retards. Keep that up long enough and all they'll have for customers are unsophisticated desperate retards. I can't in good conscience stroke a $40,000 check to them, because if they can't manage to deliver a good customer experience for ordering the car, imagine how useless they'll be when they need to stand behind it.
And make no mistake, they will need to stand behind it. The GTOs were a blast but rife with widespread manufacturer's defects, and GM wasn't exactly proactive about making it right. Their first response was universally to claim the car had been abused by the owner. Only after the same complaints piled up on the forums did a TSB get issued.
Holden is a better builder than GM overall, but that's not exactly the world standard, either. I'll check in from time to time here but the odds of me buying this car are less than 5% at this point.