GM Holden Ltd. is looking at alternative technologies to combat soaring fuel prices. “In the not too distant future, you can expect to see Holden offering vehicles powered by dedicated LPG (liquefied propane gas), ethanol and diesel, as well as more fuel-efficient (gas) engines and hybrids,” says GM Holden Chairman and Managing Director Mark Reuss. “We will be looking to offer a range of alternatives, rather than betting on one technology winner,” he says at the launch of the locally ...

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