General Motors Corp. wants its Australian subsidiary to serve as the global development center for liquefied petroleum gas engines, GM Holden Ltd. Chairman and Managing Director Mark Reuss says. “We have an opportunity to develop LPG in-house – the next generation of LPG technology both in powertrain injection and in how (it is carried) and the fuel-tank capacity,” he tells a media briefing. GM Holden is releasing a LPG-version Commodore sedan to compete with the LPG Falcon made by Ford ...
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