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Car that Runs on Bio-Fuel to Hit Australian Markets in September

Car that Runs on Bio-Fuel to Hit Australian Markets in September

Australian automobile Company Holden has launched the Commodore range of cars, which run on bio-fuel extracted from household waste.

Clubsport Celebrates Its 20th Birthday with Unique Versions

Clubsport Celebrates Its 20th Birthday with Unique Versions

ClubSport brand, the most successful nameplate of the Holden Special Vehicles, had first emerged as an everlasting match within the HSV range back in June of 1990 as a VN HSV ClubSport. The Holden Special Vehicles, now divulges a unique limited version model to facilitate celebrating 20 years of its unbeaten brand.

Holden to Make 24,000-30,000 Cruze Every Year

Holden to Make 24,000-30,000 Cruze Every Year

Holden will depend on the regional sales of its novel small car, the Cruze, next year to keep it in the black as it comes back to generate an annual turnover for the first time in five years.

The new Managing Director, Mike Devereux, said that Holden is a "major contributor" to its parent company, General Motors' first-quarter victory of $850 million revenue.

Holden Cruze Sustains Sales Increase

Holden Cruze Sustains Sales Increase

Australian car manufacturer, Holden has been able to maintain a jump in sales for its Cruze small car, ahead of it becoming a locally-built model in the subsequent year.

The corporation informed that on Wednesday it sold 2,514 of the cars in April, which is its best monthly result ever since it had been launched in June the preceding year.

Holden to Provide its Overseas Byers with V6 Engines

Holden to Provide its Overseas Byers with V6 Engines

Holden has declared today that tough global order for its international V6 engine will witness manufacture at its Port Melbourne plant in the present year. The information chases a parallel declaration made previous year that saw engine manufacture increase from 320 to 440 per day.

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