GM Holden Ltd.’s all-new VE Commodore passenger car could be released in the U.S. after upgrades to meet U.S. safety regulations, a conversion that could cost up to A$20 million ($15 million). Australia’s best-selling Commodore and Statesman already are built in left-hand drive for Middle Eastern markets. GM Holden Chairman Denny Mooney says General Motors Corp. executives drove the VE this month in Detroit and were impressed, adding a Pontiac executive has made it clear he wants the ...
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