GM Holden is reportedly mulling plans for a trial production run of 126 electric vehicles in a project that could lead to mass production and the export of local technology. The Australian Financial Review reports the 120 Commodore EVs and six left-hand-drive Caprice EVs are part of a A$70 million ($72 million) program in the final stages of negotiation between GM Holden, the federal government and the EV Engineering consortium chaired by former Mitsubishi Australia chief Rob ...
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