HSV Commodore has been fabricated by the automaker. This fabrication is done as the 275th Australian market had moved off the GTSR W1 from the assembly line prior today. However, the final model of the HSV Commodore is now ready. Hence, the exterior of the HSV Commodore is painted in Light My Fire Orange. Moreover, it is also equipped with a quite a few components of carbon fiber.
However, the HSV Commodore will get its power from a supercharged 6.2-liter LS9 V8 engine. Hence, the V8 engine helps in developing 815 Nm (601 lb-ft) of torque and 474 kW (635 hp). Moreover, the V8 engine is paired with a six-speed manual transmission. It transmits power through the fixed slip differential to the rear wheels. However, HSV aims at keeping the GTSR W1. According to Tim Jackson, the Managing Director of HSV, it is the time for all in HSV to reflect the company’s achievement throughout all these years. However, he further said that till date the achievements earned by the automakers were for their dedicated staffs. As per Tim Jackson, they also consider those dealer-body and the loyal fans high who have contributed to HSV’s journey. He thanked them for being at their side in the long 30-year journey and assisting in building a brand name.
However, the move of building the HSV Commodore was simply inventible. However, the final version of the rear-wheel-drive HSV Commodore was built in October. The fabrication of the HSV Commodore also noted Australia’s mainstream automotive production end. However, it followed the turn-off of the Toyota and Ford. Though DSV will stop producing the vehicles based on Commodore but the automakers hold future plans. Hence, the Colorado SportsCat was being recently surfaced. Moreover, Silverado HD and Chevrolet Camaro will follow its footsteps late this year.