A version of the Australian-built, all-new Holden Commodore is going on sale in Brazil, as GM Holden Ltd. begins exporting the large sedan to one of its longest-standing customers. The shipment of cars, badged as Chevrolet Omegas from GM Holden’s plant in Adelaide, South Australia, marks the auto maker’s tenth year of exports to Brazil. GM Holden Chairman and Managing Director Chris Gubbey says GM Holden was able to invest A$1 billion ($842 million) in the VE Commodore program thanks to ...

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