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2016 HSV GTS Review : GenF-2 Sedan

James takes a ride on the Highway to Hell in the 2016 HSV GTS - and brings AC/DC along for the ride...

2013 HSV GTS Review

The fastest car Australia has ever produced, tested at the best racetrack the country has to offer.

HSV GTS Review

Brilliant Aussie muscle car at less than half the price of its German competitors...

HSV GTS E2 Supercar - Walkinshaw Performance

Walkinshaw's 480kW HSV. For times when 325kW isn't enough. Model Tested: 2010 HSV GTS E2 Supercar - Walkinshaw Performance; 6.2-litre V8 supercharged; six-speed manual $49,920 2010 Holden Commodore SS-V Sportwagon - Walkinshaw Performance; 6.0-litre V8 supercharged; six-speed automatic $43,990 Options: Walkinshaw Performance options, read below...

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2016 HSV GTS GenF-2 Review : 430kW Australian Sports Sedan

Recently, we had a look at the 400kW HSV Clubsport – and some viewers said we should probably pay more attention to green cars… So we did! And this one has 430kW. Say hello to the 2016 HSV Gen-F2 GTS So what is new on the GenF-2 GTS? Not much...

2016 HSV GTS vs BMW M5 Pure - matching claimed 0-100km/h figures

Read more about the HSV GTS here. Read more about the BMW M5 Pure here. With 430kW, the 2016 HSV GTS is the most powerful production car ever built in Australia. HSV claim a 0-100km/h sprint time of just 4.4 seconds. Those numbers sound pretty good - but how do they compare on a world stage? We match the big, green HSV with the 2016 BMW M5 Pure...

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Drag race: Model S P85D v V8 Supercar v Walkinshaw W507

Supercheap Auto Racing's V8 Supercar racer takes on the world's fastest four-door production car in a drag race of historic proportions.  In this gig, we motoring journos are often driven to pitch story ideas that we know will never get off the ground. It's a built-in compulsion...


2017 HSV range: GTSR makes triumphant return, W1 revealed for Zeta send-off

Holden Special Vehicles (HSV) has unveiled what will be its final-ever range based on the long-serving Zeta platform, with the main drawcard being the rumoured LS9-powered GTSR W1 – the most powerful and most expensive HSV model, ever...

2016 HSV Gen-F2 range pricing and specifications: 400kW supercharged V8 for R8 sedan, wagon, ute

The refreshed 2016 HSV Gen-F2 line-up has been unveiled today, following last week’s reveal of the revised VFII Commodore range on which it’s based. Just as the VFII followed 2013’s VF launch, the Gen-F2 range arrives as an evolution of the current Gen-F range...

Walkinshaw Performance launches W507 package for HSV GTS

Walkinshaw Performance Products has launched its first enhancement kit for the Gen-F HSV GTS, the W507 package. More than a year in the making, the W507 pack includes a number of high-performance Walkinshaw-developed components that boost power by 77kW and torque by 110Nm. The result is a peak power output of 507kW at 6200rpm and peak torque of 850Nm at 4400rpm from the W507-enhanced GTS’s supercharged 6...

2015 HSV Gen-F pricing and specifications

The introduction of the limited edition HSV GTS Maloo headlines a series of enhancements for the 2015 Holden Special Vehicles Gen-F range that goes on sale across Australia in November. The GTS Maloo – billed as the world’s most powerful ute – will cost $87,990 in manual form and $90,490 with the optional automatic transmission, making it $6500 cheaper than the GTS sedan from which it inherits its monstrous 430kW/740Nm supercharged 6...

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HSV GTS Owner Reviews

2011 HSV GTs (dual Fuel) Review

When i was first looking at buying a 2011 GTS, my main thought that was in mind was the sheer power. With a 6.2L supercharged V8, 325kW came so very easily. The GTS is a manual and with my type of driving (daily commuter) is a little thirsty. The sound is absolutely unique. Pulling away from the Happy Valley lights at 5am with no other vehicle in sight is a sound to behold...

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