CANBERRA – The last Ecotec V-6 engine will roll off the line at Holden Ltd.’s Port Melbourne plant Aug. 6. The engine will be put on display at the General Motors Corp. subsidiary's headquarters. Since its introduction in the VN Commodore in 1988, Holden has produced 1.4 million Ecotec engines. The next model VZ Commodore, to be released in August, will feature the Alloytec V-6 engine now in production at Holden's new A$400 million ($293 million) engine plant in Melbourne. (See ...

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