CarAdvice podcast 61: What's it like to be a truck driver? Tony the truckie tells us
Armed with a can of Glen 20 and some tissues, join Mandy Turner, Dave Zalstein and James Wong this week.
Recent TV star Mike Stevens talks carbon tax on cars. Also in car news, Victoria Police is set to test a world-first GPS tracking to deter car theft, and fines are to be issued after Victorian road safety cameras are not compromised by virus. The Audi A8 has been revealed, Polestar details the 'Optimised' Volvo XC60 PHEV, HSV GTSR arrives in the UK and Ferrari is to build an SUV.
HSV wowed Australia when it announced Australia's fastest and most powerful production car ever, the HSV GTSR W1.
The wows continued when the engine and performance specs were revealed, but the biggest wow belonged to the price: $169,990 (plus on-road costs).
Since its release, we've heard stories of some buyers paying over $250,000 to secure one of the 300 examples being built.
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.