ADELAIDE — Holden Automotive Ltd. plans to airfreight its concept Commodore coupe to the U.S. for display at the General Motors Corp. world management conference during the Detroit auto show. The move is designed to tip overseas markets in favor of producing the car that has received industry praise since its unveiling at the Sydney Motor Show. “Emotionally, we're very hopeful it will go ahead but economically it might be a different story,” says Geoff Bennett, Commodore brand manager. ...

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