Australia high performance car manufacturer Holden Special Vehicles has launched its new E Series 3, with a lot of production cars Australia first, and improvements within the range of HSV.
Highlighting the top of the list are three new HSV Technologies:
- HSV new improved driver interface (EDI) flows of vehicle performance data directly to the new touch screen
- Injection of liquid propane gas (LPI) is the first system of its kind in the Australian production car, and is available as an option on all models, except for R8 Tourer Sports Club
- HSV new alert zone Blind Side (SBZA) is optional on all models of the E3 - and standard on Grange
Managing Director of HSV, Phil Harding, believes the new range E3 reached a new level of sophistication and continues the long history of business innovation.
"Our line E3 is an example of the passion of VHS to innovation, and determination to bring the technology leader in the world of cars," he said.
"Just look at the IDE, the LPI and SBZA know HSV is passionate about creating and reinforcing good performance cars in all directions. More and more of our customers show more interest in new technologies, and expressed a desire unique, different points in their vehicles. "