MELBOURNE – General Motors Corp.’s Holden Ltd. subsidiary here plans to introduce a new model Commodore in September, but says it will not release early photos of the car, despite rival Ford Motor Co. Australia Ltd. doing so with its new Falcon. However, Holden Chairman and Managing Director Peter Hanenberger admits the new Falcon has him nervous. "But if you aren't scared when a rival brings out a new model, you would be foolish or you'd be arrogant," he says in media reports. ...
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