With HSV ambassadors Garth Tander, Greg Murphy and Will Davison each making a cameo appearance, the new teaser video shows more of the car than ever before with just over a fortnight to go until the official unveiling.
In order of appearance, HSV has now confirmed that the E2 line-up will include an exhaust outlet incorporating a shockwave graphic, and a hi-flow intermediate exhaust system.
A popular addition will be the availability of a comprehensive SV enhanced options range, meaning customers can likely tailor their car to suit their taste – which could potentially mean the front fascia from earlier spy shots may be one of several on offer from HSV.
The range will continue to use the 6.2-litre LS3 V8 engine with HSV teasing at a “3XX” kilowatt power figure, confirming that peak power has indeed been lifted.
A raft of HSV driver assist technologies will also be introduced, with Performance and Track modes for the MRC system as well as two new Stability Control settings – a launch control feature has also been speculated.