Holden Special Vehicles, or HSV, revealed its last batch of Zeta-based Holden Commodore yesterday with minor nip-tucks across the board in the design department. The hottest news is addition of the LSA 6.2-liter supercharged V8, which will be standard across the lineup minus the Caprice-based Grange.
So, we’re here to ask you, is the Gen-F2 range hot or not?
We can’t imagine HSV fans hating the new additions to the range of souped-up Aussie muscle cars, but to each their own, as styling is very much subjective.
Every HSV vehicle receives deeper vents in the front clip to feed the LSA’s thirst for air, but it looks no less aggressive. In the rear, things are much the same, though, the HSV Clubsport R8 Tourer does receive the same very attractive LED taillights as its Commodore cousin (and looks mighty good in Slipstream Blue).
Inside, the interior remains much the same, but hawk-eyed fans will notice the absence of gauges at the bottom of the center stack. HSV says they were removed to add extra storage, and we hear from owners they felt they were a tad “gimmicky” for the price point of a new HSV.
So, where do you stand? Has HSV dropped the hottest batch of hopped-up Holdens? Or, do you prefer the outgoing Gen-F range? Tell us in our poll, and talk to us in the comments.