Europe's Opel Omega, the basis for America's Cadillac Catera and Australia's Holden Commodore, will see another spinoff, this time for the Middle East. This spy photo shows a Commodore - which rides on a stretched wheelbase and is longer and wider than the Opel - modified back to left-hand drive for Mideast markets and carrying the Chevrolet marque in the reflex glass across the trunk. The Australia-built car will fill the gap for a large, rear-wheel-drive car left by the Caprice. At one time it was slated as a Buick variant to be built in Kentucky.
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