The debut of the all-new VE Commodore lineup would not have been possible without GM Holden Ltd.'s state-of-the-art Port Melbourne, Australia, design center. The facility, which is General Motors Corp.'s third-largest center, houses about 170 staff and was expanded earlier this year to assume new global responsibilities for GM design programs. It includes a A$6 million ($4.6million) state-of-the-art virtual design studio that allows designers to work around the clock with other GM ...
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