ADELAIDE — Overwhelming demand forces Holden Ltd. to announce production of its concept V-8 2-door coupe, originally built to generate publicity during the company's 50th anniversary last year. And while Holden says no name has been decided for the vehicle — shown as a concept model at the Sydney auto show — the Australian media and public have already dubbed it the “Monaro” after the original coupe that ended production 22 years ago. Holden Chairman and Managing Director Jim Wiemels ...
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