Australia's Holden Revs Up Plans for Hybrid Commodore
Holden, the company that last year sold more V8s than any other time in its 60-year history, will sell a petrol-electric Commodore "within two years" - but it wants the Federal Government to give hybrid cars a tax break.
In a surprise announcement today, General Motors's Asia-Pacific boss Nick Reilly, in Australia for an annual review, said the company would introduce hybrids in the next couple of years.
"Our strength in hybrids tends to be in the larger vehicles so that's where you'll see them first," he said.
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