Holden Commodore: first foreign model ‘missed opportunity’ to be hybrid

Environmentalists say car could have been powerful statement to promote electric cars in Australia

The new Holden Commodore – the first to be made overseas – is a “missed opportunity” to launch a high-profile electric or hybrid car in Australia, according to pro-renewables groups.

The 2018 Commodore has been launched after the last operational Holden plant in Australia, in Elizabeth, South Australia, closed on 20 October last year.

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Source: theguardian
Holden Commodore: first foreign model ‘missed opportunity’ to be hybrid