GM Holden wins A$40 million ($42 million) from the Australian government to develop a range of fuel-efficiency and carbon-emissions-reduction technologies for its locally built Commodore sedan. The Commodore is Australia’s top-selling large car. The money from the government’s Green Car Innovation Fund will see upgrades, including aluminum body panels to reduce vehicle weight and improved aerodynamic performance, designed to help reduce fuel consumption by more than 7%. Under the ...

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