MELBOURNE – General Motors Corp.’s vice-chairman-product development, Bob Lutz, sees Holden Ltd.'s Australian-built Monaro sports car as a perfect replacement for America’s Pontiac GTO and the Commodore pickup as a modern-day version of the Chevrolet El Camino. "Assuming affordability, there isn't one guy in the U.S. that wouldn't want it (the Monaro) sooner rather than later," Lutz says during a recent visit to GM’s Australian subsidiary. "There are obviously export opportunities with ...
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