Holden Special Vehicles has revealed a 40th Anniversary GTS model and a new ultra-exclusive Senator Signature SV08 at the Australian International Motor Show.
In celebrating 40 years of the GTS badge, Holden Special Vehicles has unveiled a special GTS model at the Australian International Motor Show. The car will be limited to a production run of only 100 units, made in only two colours called Sting Red and Heron White. The GTS comes fitted with ‘40 years of GTS' moniker on brake calipers, sill plate, rear panel and embedded on headrests. Meaning you cannot miss it. HSV sells the GTS for a minimum of AU$80,170.
More exclusive than the GTS is the 50-unit-only HSV Senator Signature SV08. It wears sill plates, more chrome on door handles and side mirrors and exclusive paint-outs, as well as the standard 20-inch Pentagon wheels. Senator Signature SV08 is a direct descendent of the 1988 SV88. The run is divided into 20 manual and 30 automatic models, priced from AU$82,700.
In addition, two brutes in the form of ClubSport R8 Tourer and W427 will make their way into the show floors at the AIMS. Having seen these already, we know the ClubSport R8 Tourer to be the bearer of 317kW of power and 550Nm of torque from the ‘Vette-sourced LS3 powerplant. The second brute is the W427 whose 7.0-litre makes a heady 373kW. Retail price comes in at AU$155,500.