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Holden Coupe 60

Holden Coupe 60

Holden Coupe 60

Holden Coupe 60

Holden Coupe 60 interior
Make Holden
Model Coupe 60
Concept year 2008
Production year -
Engine 6.0 litre GM V8

The Holden Coupe 60 was a concept unveiled at the 2008 Melbourne Motor Show. The Coupe 60 is a luxury sports coupe based on the platform of the Holden VE sedan. The concept features powerful styling, highlighted by the pillarless design and V8 supercar inspired cockpit layout and side-exiting chambered exhaust system with billet alloy tips.

Other racing-derived enhancements include full flat under body, rear underbody air diffuser and functional rear deck-lid spoiler with unique designed LED tail lamps.

The interior of the Holden Coupe 60 also has several unique features. They include one piece carbon fibre bucket seats (featuring leather and suede pad design) and a sports-inspired flat bottomed steering wheel with integrated shift light display and LCD sports instrument cluster. The high gloss carbon fibre carries through to doors and rear trim providing a contrast to the leather trimmed instrument panel and black suede trimmed pillars, headliners and parcel shelf.

The Holden Coupe 60 is powered by a 6.0 litre V8 incorporating the latest technologies such as active fuel management and calibrated for E85 ethanol fuel. This is connected to a 6-speed manual transmission driving the rear wheels.

GM Holden Chairman and Managing Director Mark Reuss said, "Coupe 60 is Holden's 60th anniversary gift to its fans worldwide.

"It highlights Holden's heritage of rear wheel drive performance whilst looking ahead to the potential offered by new technologies and materials.

"This is a vehicle I know our designers would dearly love to see go into production, but for the moment it has to remain a concept only," he said.

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