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Walkinshaw Performance Series II Commodore eats Ferraris for Breakfast

For the Australian vehicle buff, Tom Walkinshaw needs no creation. Here is the person who based HSV and was responsible for the epic VL Commodore primarily based HSV SS Group A in overdue '80s. Though now not operating for Holden, 'Walky' continues to turn out some of the maximum powerful and ballsiest automobiles Australia has ever seen via the overall performance corporation named after him.

At the Australian International Motor Show in Sydney, Walkinshaw Performance took the wraps off its today's model: the WP Series II Supercar. The Holden Commodore Series II SS derived exceptional saloon is fitted with an Edelbrock WP 230 supercharger, boosting electricity to 617-horsepower (460 kw) and torque to 780 Nm (575 lb feet).

To reign on this beast, six piston brake rotors had been introduced together with a upgraded and recalibrated suspension bundle co-evolved with Bilstein. The very last contact is a unique audio system upgrade by using Rockford Fosgate.

Walkinshaw Performance CEO Craig Wilson is extremely glad with the Series II Supercar:

"We're celebrating the discharge of the WP Series II Supercar via producing simply 23 examples, finished in Panorama Silver, the equal coloration which embellished the original 'Walky' whilst it debuted on the Sydney Motor display 23 years in the past". He said.

The whole bundle, which include the AU$forty seven,790 (US$forty six,930) manual Commodore SS base automobile, will begin from AU$99,990 (US$98,810). This method the Walkinshaw adjustments on my own cost around AU$52,2 hundred (US$51,880), such as elements and exertions.

By Tristan Hankins


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