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Holden’s efficient dual-fuel Alloytec V6 engine is now available in VE Omega, Berlina and Commodore V-Series special edition models. The 3.6-litre engine, built at Holden’s Port Melbourne Global V6 plant, runs on both petrol and LPG and delivers seamless transition from petrol to LPG while driving, with only a small power difference. VE LPG powered sedans produce peak power of 175 kW @ 6000 rpm (petrol 180 kW @ 6000 rpm) and peak torque is 325 Nm @ 2600 rpm (petrol 330 Nm @ 2600 rpm). Holden (...)

Holden today launched its all new Captiva sports utility vehicle range, priced from $35,990 to achieve maximum impact in the local SUV market.
The new Captiva, Holden’s first modern SUV-style offering in Australia, is closest in exterior dimensions to the BMW X5 and offers five or seven-seat capacity depending on model.

General Motors has announced at Paris Motor Show that th Holden desing will be sold in USA under the Pontiac Label. The american version of the VE Commodore will be unveiled at Chicago Motor Show in 2007. The new car will be a Pontiac Pontiac and it would receive some visual changes including a new nose. If the american Commodore will be a succes in here, GM may even start building it over (...)

Holden officially launched its top-of-the-range WM Statesman and Caprice models, offering more differentiation from their short wheelbase siblings than ever before. First revealed alongside the VE Commodore in mid-July, the all-new Holden flagships will make their Australian sales debut in September and set sail for export markets soon after.

Holden today officially launched its top-of-the-range WM Statesman and Caprice models, offering more differentiation from their short wheelbase siblings than ever before. First revealed alongside the VE Commodore in mid-July, the all-new Holden flagships will make their Australian sales debut in September and set sail for export markets soon after.

GTS is the ultimate expression in performance motoring. Its supercar pedigree is undeniable. Equipped with massive power outputs, revolutionary Magnetic Ride Control suspension and for the first time in HSV’s history, huge 20-inch wheels for race-inspired handling and pure excitement.

As the most recognisable and popular nameplate in the HSV stable, ClubSport has always epitomised the brand’s core values of outstanding sporting performance combined with exceptional value for money but the latest E Series ClubSport R8 elevates that equation to a stratospheric new level. totally fresh from the ground up - with 301 individual and unique HSV enhancements, it brings even more street-wise road presence, more performance technologies and more driver oriented sporting appointments, yet the price is actually below that of the outgoing model.

HSV’s latest range of performance sedans can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in less than 5 secs, making them the fastest Australian-made cars ever. HSV opted for unique tail lights and a more radical look - make the so-called E-Series range the most radical from the performance specialist to date. But this unique and radical look costs more to develop than the last four model updates combined, although HSV won’t divulge exactly how much. The E-Series range is designed to further separate the (...)
Source: Drive.com.au
By a governement department mistake some phots of the highly secret Holden HSV E-Series sport sedan have started to surface on-line. The car was supposed to debut yesterday but the launch was actually put back a week until Monday 21 August and it seems this small detail never got to the department in question. The sports sedan gets a unique rear diffuser and wing, side skirts and a deep chin spoiler. As for engines, the 6.2 or even 7.0-litre V8 engines are just rumors, so do not expect an (...)
Source: Dive.com.au

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