Holden Special Vehicles has wrapped up production for one of its many iconic models. After 20 years of production, the final HSV Grange has rolled off the assembly line.
The HSV Grange has been based upon the long-wheelbase Holden Caprice, itself a derivative of the Holden Commodore. We know it as the Chevrolet Caprice, tasked with police cruiser duty in the United States. The Grange first appeared in the HSV lineup with the VS Series II range in 1996. That car featured more luxurious appointments and a 5.0-liter V8 engine, producing 248 hp, or a 5.7-liter V8, producing 288 hp.
The Grange has never been the most popular of HSVs but has always led a loyal following for those looking for a luxurious, roomy and powerful full-size sedan.
The final HSV Grange SV has been finished in Nitrate Silver, accented by 20-inch, black Rapier wheels, shadow exhaust and other various blacked out trim components. It is one of 50 limited-run Grange SVs.