The world premier of the new VE Commodore Sportwagon and the Motor Show debut of the new VE Ute range headline GM Holden’s stand at this year’s Australian International Motor Show. Holden’s display includes an impressive 22 vehicles, across several segments, representing one of the most comprehensive vehicle ranges in the Australian market today.
HSV will unveil a 7.0 liter supercar at Sydney Motor Show in October. HSV promises that the new model will be the fastest Australian car ever built. Even if there are no news about the name yet, the new model will be inspired by the 427 moniker or the GTS-R badges from the 2004 concept race car.
Holden Special Vehicles today officially launched WM Grange – a luxury performance limousine with specification and power without peer in Australia. WM Grange represents a substantial investment by HSV and is packed with a range of unique features that sets it apart from its domestic and imported competitors.
Special edition Rodeo LTZ models are now on sale featuring enhanced sports styling with up to $4000* extra value, depending on model. Rodeo LTZ represents exceptional value for money across three LT model variants. They are 4x2 V6 petrol crewcab, 4x4 V6 petrol crewcab and 4x4 turbo diesel crewcab.
Holden has released special edition Commodore SVZ Ute and Wagon models offering key extra features and outstanding value for money. Available now, SVZ Ute offers a six-speed manual transmission from $29,990 and a five-speed automatic from $30,990.
Holden’s new value-packed and fuel efficient mid-size sedan, Epica, is now on sale – with a special money back offer for private buyers. Epica is available in two variants (CDX and CDXi) with a choice of either a 2.0 or 2.5-litre in-line six cylinder engine, depending on model.