General Motors' Australian subsidiary will expand its design center in Port Melbourne (above) to become GM's third largest global design facility, after its facilities in Detroit and Russelsheim, Germany.

In taking on a global design role, GM Holden Design will increase its staff by more than 60 percent, under the direction of Design Director Tony Stolfo.

The change means that GM Holden designers will apply their skills to GM brands around the world. Previous design successes include the Commodore concept that became the latest version of the Monaro (and Pontiac's reborn GTO), and this years EFIJY retro-concept.

[Source: GM Holden]

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