Holden Special Vehicles was formed in 1987 when Holden and Tom Walkinshaw Racing joined forces to produce a range of high-performance vehicles based on mainstream Holden models. With enhanced engines, upgraded suspensions and brakes, and sporty style inside and out HSV cars deliver a macho blend of tough looks and high performance. The Gen-F, based on the VF Commodore range, consists of the ClubSport, ClubSport R8, ClubSport R8 Tourer, Maloo Ute, Maloo R8 Ute, GTS, Senator Signature, and the luxury Grange.
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