The grounds have a banked track, skid pan, dirt roads and rough terrain for suspension testing.
It was the site at which Australian engineering could be applied and refined.
With General Motors leaving Australia this valuable facility could have been lost forever.
Many hoped that the site might be bought by an overseas company with firms from China being most likely contenders.
A sale has now gone through to VinFast the car manufacturer from Vietnam although the country of origin is not mentioned in the Holden press release.
VinFast intends to employ some of the engineers and development staff from the closed down Holden, Ford and Toyota operations.
Under the agreement, GM Specialty Vehicles will continue to access the Lang Lang site for testing and engineering validation of new products in local conditions.
Im David Brown
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