Holden Special Vehicles has already taken the covers off the last batch of Holden Commodore-based cars that the brand will ever produce.
The HSV lineup starts at $79,990 ($3000 up on last year's car), while you can still order a GTS for a nick under $100,000. As well, HSV has brought the GTSR nameplate back from 1996, with the GTSR Maloo ute coming in at $96,990 before on-roads.
Revisions to front and rear bars as well as exterior and interior tweaks are complemented by unique decals proclaiming the cars' place in motoring history.
All cars bar the GTS get an extra 10kW, which takes the output of the 6.2-litre supercharged V8 to 410kW and 690Nm. The GTS keeps its 430kW and 740Nm, while the GTSR gets 435kW and 740Nm.
The headline act is of course the 474kW GTSR W1, but its $170k sticker price is well outside the realms of this story, along with the fact that they're all already sold.