CANBERRA – Holden Ltd. President Denny Mooney insists no decision has been made on production plans for the next Holden Monaro, sold in the U.S. as the Pontiac GTO. Holden’s new VE Commodore is due in showrooms next year, but plans for the coupe version have yet to be finalized, causing a potential gap between the time of the launch of the new Commodore and the next Monaro. Holden Monaro The Monaro program has yet to be approved by Holden parent General Motors Corp., but Mooney says ...
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