The refreshed 2019 HSV SportsCat Series 2 has launched from $62,490+ORCs…boasting cosmetic and handling tweaks.
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HSV has confirmed it will add the Camaro ZL1 to its 2019 line-up in both Australia and New Zealand with prices starting at $159,900+ORC.
The Ford versus Holden battle lives on in the form of bespoke dual-cab 4×4 utes – the Ford Performance Ranger Raptor and the HSV Colorado Sportscat+. Which one lives up to the hype… and the price tag.
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The HSV Chevrolet Camaro 2SS has been detailed on the brand’s website ahead of its arrival in mid-2018 and the most interesting item is that it will be automatic only.
With HSV and Holden committing to a relaunch of the Chevrolet brand in Australia, the Chevrolet Camaro 2SS might be the kick-start the brand needs.
HSV has announced it will convert the LHD Chevrolet Silverado into RHD for Australia, pitting the big Yank ute against the Dodge Ram and Ford F-Truck.
The first of a new type of HSV tweaked vehicle (Maloo notwithstanding), the Colorado SportsCat was revealed today boasting ride and handling tweaks and cosmetic enhancements.
With the Commodore gone, HSV will turn its attention to fettling a range of GM product, “bringing a whole new breed of vehicles to customers,” HSV and Holden announced.
HSV has launched its most-powerful car ever, the GTSR W1 which will be limited to just 300 units with a price tag of $170k… and it’s already sold out.
The last ever HSV ClubSport R8 and Maloo R8 will get a special edition send off with the car tuner dropping in a 340kW 6.2L V8…
The 2016 HSV VFII Gen-F2 range has been revealed showing off styling tweaks, suspension modifications and 400kW and 671Nm of torque.
Holden Special Vehicles has revealed its limited-edition 2015 Holden Commodore ClubSport R8 25th anniversary with 340kW and 570Nm.
An Australian indistrial designer has rendered his own ‘next-generation’ HSV-branded rear-drive V8 sedan based on a Cadillac CTS.