2011 HSV E3 Senator

13 Oct

Australia high performance car manufacturer Holden Special Vehicles is pleased to announce the launch of the new 3-series, where a number of first production car in Australia, and updates internal HSV range.

HSV new enhanced driver interface (EDI), which data streams vehicle performance directly with the new touch screen.

Liquid Propane Injection (LPI) is the first system of its kind in a production car in Australia, and is optional on all models except for the Clubsport R8 Tourer.

Blind Side HSV new alert box (SBZA) is optional on all models of the E3 – and is standard on the Grange.

In addition to technological innovation, HSV has added a significant set of changes only in the E-Series 3, which include:

“Oracle” new board

A new model-ID stainless steel plate in the center console

New seat trim twin embroidered on the GTS and Senator Signature, and a new leather color Rosso Turismo.

New gauges Binnacle

Finishes piano black center console and steering wheel

The final stand-out aspect of the E-Series 3-Series is a range of new standard features offered on all models HSV, specifically:

Enhanced Driver Interface (EDI)

Rear view camera with rear park assist

Satellite navigation

The touch screen radio with iPod connection

HSV Managing Director Phil Harding believes that the new E3 region has reached a new level of sophistication and continues the company’s long history of innovation.

“We need the E3 region of HSV is an example of the passion for innovation and determination to bring world-class engineering and vehicles,” he said.

“Just look at the DOW, LPI, and HSV SBZA know the passion to create and build a good all-round performance car.

“Increasingly, our customers have shown more interest in new technology and have expressed the desire for unique differences in their vehicles.

“The combination of new technologies, elegant interior improvements and a continued focus on all-round performance further strengthens the position of VHS as the ultimate in high performance cars in Australia did.”

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Posted by on October 13, 2011 in HSV


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