GM Holden Ltd. will export its Caprice luxury sedan to South Korea next year, where the car will become the premium model in GM Daewoo Auto and Technology Co.’s vehicle range. The Australian auto maker says the WM Caprice will become the production version of the Daewoo LX4, a car revealed at this year’s Seoul Motor Show. The sedan will be tailored to the needs of the South Korean market but will be built at GM Holden’s Adelaide plant. The vehicle’s V-6 mill will come from GM Holden’s ...

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