Holden introduces 6 new models in Australian International Motor Show

Holden took the Australian International Motor Show by storm as it unveiled the ClubSport R8, Maloo R8, and the Clubsport R8 Tourer SV Black Editions.

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The new vehicles are aiming for those who have a finer taste when it comes to their vehicles as they make use of accents in matte black, sport tuned suspension, ventilated hood, and 20 inch allloy rims. The interiors comes with some class too as the seats come in leather, sill plates exclusive to the special edition, unique plaque, and revised trim.

The SV Black Editions will depend on a V8 engine with 6.2L displacement that can output 425 horsepower and a torque of 406 lb-ft. The powerplant is linked to a six speed manual gearbox but consumers also has an option to get an automatic transmission.

The special edition vehicles will officially roll out this September with productions limited to just a hundred for each variant.

Aside from the Holden Special Vehicles, the car manufacturer also unveiled vehicles based on the Chevrolet frameworks.

The new Holden Colorado is a rebadged and reworked Chevrolet Colorado. The Colorado features LED lighting, a more aggressive design lines, and 20 inch alloy rims. The Holden Colorado will be using a 2.8L diesel engine with turbo. It will be officially for sale by 2012.

There is also the hatchback Cruze by Holden that was rebadged from the Chevrolet concept. The concept Cruze hatchback was unveiled during the motor show in Paris back in 2010 and will be in production by next year.

Holden also introduced the Barina which is a rebadged Chevrolet Sonic or Aveo. It will run on a 1.6L 4-cylinder petrol powerplant that can go with a six speed automatic transmission or a 5 speed manual gearbox.

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