Cars Tagged - Holden
2018 Holden Time Attack Concept3
The Australian arm of GM is celebrating the 50th anniversary of their first Bathurst 1000 win.
2017 Holden HSV GTSR9
To send off the last Australian built Holden Special Vehicles tuned Commodore, HSV has re-introduced the iconic GTSR nameplate and gone berserk with the power output.
2016 Holden HSV Gen-F212
The GEN-F2 range will consist of ClubSport R8 LSA, ClubSport R8 Tourer LSA, Maloo R8 LSA, Senator Signature, Grange and GTS.
2015 Holden Commodore SSV6
The quickest, most powerful, most advanced Commodore ever built, the Commodore VFII.
2015 Holden HSV Clubsport R8 25th Anniversary2
Australia’s leading performance car manufacturer, HSV, released details of a limited edition ClubSport R8.
1998 Holden Coupe Concept3
Stunning audiences at the Sydney Motor Show in 1998, the Australian car maker showed off its large V6 family car in the form of a 2 door coupe.
2000 Holden Commodore SS2
The 2000 model year Commodore saw a revised version come along known as the VX which replaced the VT.
2005 Holden Efijy Concept6
Holden Efijy Concept is a radical pillarless custom coupe boasting V8 Supercar power under the bonnet.
1970 Holden Torana GTR-X Concept6
The Holden Torana GTR-X Concept was designed during the era of the LC series Torana, and was seriously considered for production in the early 1970s.
2015 Holden HSV Senator SV2
To be known as "Senator SV", this limited edition builds on an already impressive list of standard equipment.
2001 Holden Monaro CV85
The 2-door Commodore Coupe brought back the Monaro name badge to the Australian market in 2001.
2002 Holden Commodore SS3
A V8 powered four-door sedan, is the Aussie formula for automotive success.
2002 Holden HSV HRT 427 Concept3
Unveiled at the 2002 Sydney Motor Show, the HRT (Holden Racing Team) 427 was loosely based on the Holden Monaro bodyshell.
2004 Holden HSV GTO Coupe3
As a modern interpretation of a two-door performance car, HSV’s GTO Coupe will complement Holden’s latest generation three Monaro.
2013 Holden Ute SS-V2
The SS V has a mature, new aerodynamic exterior design.
2005 Holden Commodore SS-Z3
The VZ Commodore was available in several model variations, from the V6 Executive to the V8 SS.
2006 Holden Commodore SS-V3
The 2006 VE Commodore is Australia’s first $1 billion car program and the most homegrown development project in almost 60 years.
2006 Holden Ute SS Thunder3
The 2006 Thunder edition Holden SS Ute was the second version to be released and available only for the SS models.
2007 Holden Ute SVZ3
The Holden Ute is a classic Australian vehicle used to haul stuff around for decades.
2008 Holden Commodore SS-V Sportwagon3
Holden unveiled the all-new Holden Commodore range, designed and engineered to extend a decade-long record as Australia’s best selling car.
2010 Holden Commodore SS-V6
VE and WM Series II marks the latest versions of Australia’s most popular sedans, wagons, utilities and luxury long-wheelbase vehicles.
2004 Holden Commodore SV82
The VY Commodore, which was the twelfth Holden Commodore series, was the successor to the VX Commodore.
2015 Holden HSV GTS Maloo5
HSV is set to launch a limited edition GTS Maloo which adopts the much acclaimed 577 hp / 740 Nm 6.2L Supercharged LSA engine.
2013 Holden Volt4
GM Holden has released the first images of the highly anticipated Holden Volt extended range electric vehicle.
2014 Holden HSV Gen-F6
The introduction of the fastest, most powerful performance production car ever built in Australia.
2014 Holden VF Commodore9
Holden has significantly increased the value of Commodore with new features and reduced recommended retail prices.
2013 Holden VF Commodore SSV3
Holden has taken the wraps off its stunning new performance sedan show car.
1969 Holden Hurricane Concept3
Code named RD 001; the Hurricane is a mid-engined, rear-wheel drive, two-seater sports.
2011 Holden HSV E Series 33
Featuring a host of Australian production car firsts, and interior upgrades to the HSV range.