Wednesday, July 6, 2011

HSV Senator E3

Australia high performance car manufacturer Holden Special Vehicles is pleased to announce the launch of its new E Series 3, featuring a host of Australian first production cars, and interior improvements for the range of HSV.

New HSV advanced driver interface (EDI), which governs data performance of the vehicle directly from a touch screen.

Liquid Propane Injection (LPI) is the first such system on a production car in Australia, and optional on all models ClubSport R8 Tourer except.

HSV new Side Blind Zone Alert (SBZA) is optional on all models in the series E3 - and is standard on the Grange.
In addition to technological innovation, said the HSV an important set of updates only from the inside of the Series E 3, including:

  • The new "Oracle" section
  • New specific model stainless steel ID plate on the center console
  • New tandem embroidered trim on the GTS and Senator Signature, and a new color Rosso tourism.
  • New binnacle gauges
  • Piano black trim on the center console and steering wheel

Final position of E-Series 3-Series is a series of new standard features are available in all models HSV, in particular:

Advanced Driver Interface (EDI)

House with a fleet reduction

Satellite Navigation

Radio with iPod touch

HSV Managing Director Phil Harding, believes that the new E3, the collection has reached a new level of sophistication and continues the company's long history of 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 building high performance cars in all directions.

"Increasingly, our customers have shown more interest in new technologies, and expressed the desire for unique differences in their vehicles.
"The combination of new technology, elegant interior improvements and sustained attention to all-round performance further strengthens the position HSV as the ultimate in Australian performance cars do."