The 2018 Holden Commodore is ready to usher in the most significant changes the brand has ever seen. Those changes include a country of origin situated in Germany, a front-wheel drive platform and no V8 engine option. However, Holden is keen on taking this Commodore racing in the V8 Supercars league, despite not offering a V8 engine.
Holden officially cut ties with Holden Racing Team (HRT) earlier this year and decided to back Triple Eight to create Red Bull Holden Racing and Triple Eight is busy working on the 2018 Commodore’s racing gear.
Motorsport.com, however, has already imagined what the 2018 Commodore could look like in V8 Supercars trimmings and it certainly looks the part. Nevermind there will be a turbocharged V6 engine under the hood, it looks up to the task as the league itself transitions away from just V8 engines.
Not only will V8 Supercars be in for some changes, but the organization will also introduce SuperUtes, which will include the Holden Colorado has a competitor in the new series.