GM Holden Ltd. plans to build a hatch version of the Chevy Cruze small car for global markets, and Chairman and Managing Director Mark Reuss says the Australian-built Cruze sedan will be different from the North American version to be produced at Lordstown, OH, starting in 2011. The auto maker said in December the front-wheel-drive Cruze would be built as a sedan and hatchback, but there was no indication at the time Australia would be the only country producing the hatch version. “One ...

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