General Motors Co. seeks a bigger piece of the law enforcement sector by reviving the Chevrolet Caprice, a vehicle based off the same architecture underpinning the Chevrolet Camaro and bound for the U.S. in 2011 from the auto maker’s operations in Australia. The rear-wheel drive sedan will be built in Adelaide, Australia, off a long-wheelbase version of GM’s Zeta platform, which currently shoulders the Holden Caprice and Statesman sedans and the Chevrolet Caprice in the Middle East market. ...

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