If you want a better ride, then you ought to choose Holden Special Vehicles. Holden has one simple aim, to make cars that go better, and have done so starting 1948. Holden’s range includes a vehicle for every need and every budget. Whether it is a dynamic small car that is fun to drive, a stylish and sophisticated sedan, wagon or SUV, a practical work vehicle, a motorsport inspired performance vehicle, or the height of sophisticated automotive luxury, there is a Holden creation that suits everyone. Their present work focuses on the new Gen F lineup.
The Gen F Series is made of the Maloo, Clubsport, Clubsport Tourer, Senator Signature and the range-topping GTS. The five cars will all have aggressive bodies, LED daytime running lights, ventilated front fenders and a four tailpipe exhaust system. The range topping GTS will be equipped with revised bumpers, a larger spoiler and black alloy wheels. The sporty look veils the inside, too. The cars have some sport seats, a flat bottomed steering wheel and auxiliary gauges. Other features include carbon fiber trim, gloss black accents and alloy pedals.
The Gen F will come in different engine types. For example, the GTS will be powered by a supercharged 6.2-liter LSA V8 engine that generates 585 HP (430 kW) and 740 Nm (546 lb-ft) of torque. The other models will be running sourced by a 6.2-liter LS3 V8 engine. Anyway, the wait is about to end, and the HSV will soon come out the market with its new F line.
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