ADELAIDE – General Motors Corp.’s subsidiary, Holden Ltd., plans to export its high-performance Monaro coupes to the Middle East. Some 1,200 Monaros will be shipped from early 2003, says Peter Hanenberger, chairman and managing director, in a published report. Holden Monaro The cars will be branded as the Chevrolet Lumina S Coupe and Chevrolet Lumina SS Coupe, complementing the existing Middle East Lumina range based on the Holden Commodore and SS. Hanenberger says the ...

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