GM Holden Ltd. says next month’s sales launch of the all-new VE Commodore marks one of the most significant model realignments to its passenger-car lineup since the 1980s. The VE family includes the new Omega, which replaces two longstanding models: the Executive – introduced with VN Commodore in 1988 – and the Acclaim, introduced with the VR Commodore in 1993. GM Holden says the new lineup also places greater emphasis on the SS and Calais models. Additionally, a new V Series will be ...

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