CANBERRA – GM Holden Ltd. launches a dual-fuel Commodore featuring a newly developed version of its 3.6L Alloytec DOHC V-6. The engine is modified to run on either gasoline or liquefied propane gas (LPG). The Alloytec's primary modifications include new valves and hardened valve seats designed for harsher LPG operating conditions. Holden's LPG-capable Alloytec V-6 based on GM global V-6 architecture. Based on the Executive variant, the LPG-powered Commodore uses a high-tech system ...
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