GM Holden Ltd.’s Holden Special Vehicles division confirms it will sell liquefied-petroleum-gas versions of its performance cars beginning in 2010 and is considering a high-powered variant of the upcoming Australian-made Cruze small car. HSV Managing Director Phil Harding says dealers have openly opposed the LPG plan, but the division is going to do it anyway. “I’ve done a survey with my dealers and they’ve told me they don’t want it,” The Age newspaper quotes him as saying at the first ...

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