Holden Commodore Gets Retro Special Edition Honoring Peter Brock
The vehicle pays homage to the 1986 Holden Commodore VL Group A Plus Pack racer, the vehicle that represented the apple of discord which led to Brock and Holden parting ways.
You see, the racing driver, who sadly passes away in a motorsport accident back in 2006, was convinced that the Plus Pack Holdens had to be fitted with a device called Energy Polarizer that promised to use molecular realignment in order to boost performance, but never proved its efficiency.
Thus, the retro-inspired model you see in the adjacent gallery will also get the aforementioned device. We don’t know what this can actually do to help you go fast, but we cant ell you that the vehicle uses a supercharged 6.0-liter LS V8 engine that delivers 470 hp, so your traveling needs should be catered to.
You’ll also be fine through the corners and during the rest of the time, as the car also comes with Bilstein suspension, Harrop stopping power and 20-inch rims. The list of other goodies includes a retro-styled body kit and a custom interior.
Holden will build 250 units of the HDT VL Group A Plus Pack Heritage Series model.
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