Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Australia high performance car manufacturer Holden Special Vehicles will launch a more powerful engine, new HSV Grange WM3 new style with a series of new technologies as part of its series of improvements MY11 model.

The HSV Grange was first included in HSV-line in 1997, and was presented with the company for luxury, performance level of luxury cars in Australia.

HSV Grange WM3 has received a ton of upgrades and improvements, including more power, a package of new and more dynamic, and an impressive number of new technologies.

HSV Managing Director Phil Harding believes updates to the new Grange suits the character of the vehicle.

"The buyer wants the car Grange traditional performance the most luxurious and technologically advanced Australian made there," said Mr. Harding.

"The Grange is always equipped with the description of the property, but the new style, more power and more technology, the WM3 convincing proposal is a luxury car buyer who is passionate about driving."

The HSV Grange WM3 goes on sale in late September 2010, becoming the second HSV model (after GTS) to be supplied by the company's 325kW 6.2-liter LS3 V8 engine.

Therefore, the HSV Grange is now the only company "Hi-flow" exhaust rear silencer through bi-modal. Maximum torque is 550 Nm at 4600rpm.