Granted, it's packing a 3.6 liter engine helped out by a serious twin-turbo setup, a very menacing stance complemented by 20-inch wheels, and so-called "nu luxury" features like LED lighting effects and a BlueToothed infotainment flat panel— but what cannot be overlooked even for a nanosecond is the hot pink exterior, dubbed "ManGenta," and the white leather interior. I'll repeat myself. Pink outside. White inside. Keep in mind, Holden did this on purpose. And while it's doubtful that this kind of experimental color scheme would ever be produced on a large scale, you've got to give it up to Holden for not half-assing it, right down to the anodized pink pedals. Paging the Australian equivalent of Mary Kay, your car is ready.
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