Holden Special Vehicles is the officially designated performance vehicle partner of Australian automobile manufacturer Holden. Established in 1987 and based in Clayton, Victoria, the company modifies Holden models such as the Commodore, Caprice and Ute and markets them under the HSV brandname.
Read more about Holden Special Vehicles: History, E Series – First Generation (2006–08), E Series – Second Generation (2009–10), E Series – Third Generation (2010–), Other Models, Limited Editions, Concept Cars, V8 Supercars, Exports
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... (408 PS 402 bhp) tuned by Callaway) versions debuted soon after Holden's release of the V2 Monaro editions ... The highest-spec HSV Coupe conceived was the HRT 427 (Holden Racing Team 427 cu in (7,000 cc)) ... After it became apparent to Holden that the high-spec HRT 427 could not be built in such limited quantities for the asking price, the project was eventually canceled with deposits returned to eager buyers ...
... Holden Special Vehicles HSV GTS 300 is a motor vehicle which is no longer under production ... Only 300 made by Holden Special Vehicles (HSV) mostly hand built from 1999 to 2002 in Melbourne Australia There were 200, 4-door Commodore (G8) sedans VT, VX and 100 Monaro GTS (GTO) coupes in VX2 - Purchase ... four piston caliper disc brakes all round they were the flagship of Holden Special Vehicles ...
... The Coupé's donor car, the Holden Monaro was exported to various markets, including the Middle East (as the Chevrolet Lumina) and the USA (as the Pontiac GTO) E-Series Clubsport R8's are to be exported to the UK ... E-Series Clubsport R8 are exported to the Middle East as the CR8 from Chevrolet Special Vehicles (CSV) ... This revived Holden's export to Singaporean market after 2 decades of withdrawal ...
... G8 GXP June 2008–present Vauxhall VXR8 2010–present Chevrolet Camaro SS April 2008–present Holden Special Vehicles Clubsport R8 (E Series) April 2008–pres ...
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