Holden Special Vehicles has announced that its new touch screen performance data interface will incorporate all seven of New Zealand’s primary race circuits
Perfect for all you petrol heads.
HSV’s Enhanced Driver Interface (EDI), which is standard across the new E3 range, streams real-time vehicle dynamics and performance data to a touch screen located in the centre upper console.
Users can log or download the data via USB, which means you can analyse your driving stats over the different tracks.
The New Zealand tracks include:
- Pukekohe Park, Pukekohe
- Hampton Downs, North Waikato
- Taupo Motorsport Park, Taupo
- Manfeild Autocourse, Feilding
- Ruapuna Park, Christchurch
- Timaru International Motor Raceway, Timaru
- Teretonga Park, Invercargill
HSV’s Managing Director, Phil Harding says the EDI system is designed for the driving enthusiast.
“Our customers are passionate about driving, and this system is about delivering race bred technology in a new engaging way that is relevant to a road car,” he said. “We are confident our customers are going to love the way they can access data, and interact with their car.”
In addition to EDI, other new HSV technologies available on the new E series 3 range are;
- HSV’s new Side Blind Zone Alert (SBZA), will be available as an option on every model in the E3 range – and is standard on Grange.
- Liquid Propane Injection (LPI) is the first system of its kind on an Australian production car, and is available as an option on all models, except for the ClubSport R8 Tourer
HSV’s new E Series 3 range is now available from your local HSV dealer.
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