The new-gen vehicles would utilize advanced LPG technology and include hybrid models.
Australia begins planning for life after GM Holden and Ford with a proposal to build world-class conversion facilities in Victoria and South Australia to supply next-generation liquefied-propane gas vehicles to the local market, including SUVs, small cars, light-commercial vehicles and hybrids. The Victoria Automotive Chamber of Commerce and Gas Energy Australia tell Victoria Premier Denis Napthine at a state government automotive industry roundtable that three plants, in Melbourne and ...
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