HSV has confirmed the E Series range will be given a major upgrade with new features, driver enhancements and visual changes for introduction later in 2009
According to Managing Director Phil Harding, the multi-million dollar program includes major visual differences, improved fuel economy and introduces at least five firsts for Australian production cars.
“We know our customers want the latest technologies, as well as distinctive luxury and performance features in their HSV,” he said.
“Our customers will be delighted with the delivery of improved economy, more power, some truly exciting driver enhancements and distinctive design themes.”
The changes are a culmination of three years of research and development for HSV.
Holden says the new HSV E Series 2 will be launched before Bathurst, in October.
Stay tuned for more info.