The Australian arm of GM is celebrating the 50th anniversary of their first Bathurst 1000 win, with a virtual concept car called the Holden Time Attack. The concept is Holden's vision of a future supercar that could produce a very fast lap of Mount Panorama, the famous track where the Bathurst 1000 is raced every year.
Powered by electric motors mounted at each axle, they are fed by a battery pack mounted behind the driver. The single seater consists of a carbonfibre chassis, utilising plenty of active aero and looking like a combination of a Formula 1 car and a Le Mans prototype racer. Existing only in the digital realm, the Holden Time Attack is just a design study for now, and is very unlikely to ever me produced.