GM Holden engineers in Australia are tweaking the new Chevrolet Malibu in preparation for next year’s launch of the car by General Motors in 100 markets on six continents. The local engineers, specializing in powertrain calibration, are working on the redesigned ’13 Malibu at the auto maker’s Lang Lang Proving Ground in the state of Victoria. The midsize car also is being evaluated on public roads. GM Holden is participating in the Malibu program as part of GM’s global work-share ...

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