Holden is celebrating their 60th year building cars in Australia and to mark this mile stone the company has produced a new concept coupe. Called the Coupe 60, the car is built off the Holden Commodore VE platform and features a pillarless design.

Holden is celebrating their 60th year building cars in Australia and to mark this milestone the company has produced a new concept. Called the Coupe 60, the car is built off the Holden Commodore VE platform and features a pillarless design. Powered by a 6.0L V8 engine, the car makes use of a side-exiting chambered exhaust system with billet alloy tips.

Nearly 60mm shorter than the VE sedan, the coupe wears 21-inch wheels and has numerous racing enhancements such as full flat under body, rear underbody air diffuser and functional rear deck-lid spoiler with unique designed LED tail lamps. In the concept has carbon fiber bucket seats covered in leather and suede, a flat bottomed steering wheel, and a LCD instrument display. The rest of the interior is covered in a luxurious mix of black leather and suede which is contrasted by red leather and chrome.

Production seems feasible, but as Holden’s chairman Mark Reuss said “This is a vehicle I know our designers would dearly love to see go into production, but for the moment it has to remain a concept only.” We can only hope that will change in the near future.

Holden Coupe 60 Concept