It's a thoroughly absurd car.
Behold: The fastest, most powerful vehicle built in Australia.
Holden and Holden Special Vehicles begin a new partnership and a new era with the Holden Colorado SportsCat by HSV, a Colorado with mechanical and cosmetic upgrades.
Consider it a consolation for the death of the rear-drive Commodore.
It will compete against five other types of compact pickup.
Holden is working on a twin-turbo V6 version.
Farewell rear-drive Commodore, you'll be missed.
It won't be rear wheel drive, but Holden says it's trying to make sure this German Commodore lives up to its namesake.
The last HSV-branded Commodore is poised to be the greatest one ever.
More cars from Down Under coming to the newest Forza Horizon installment.
Erebus Motorsport was the only team fielding the Mercedes E63 AMG in Australia's V8 Supercars series, but now it's jumping ship to run the Holden VF Commodore next season.
The addition of the 6.2-liter LS3 V8 makes the VF Series II the quickest, most powerful version of the Holden Commodore yet in the 37-year history of the line.
Holden Special Vehicles is reportedly developing a very fond farewell to the Commodore in Australia. The muscle car experts Down Under are trying to stuff the Corvette ZR1's 638-horsepower, supercharged V8 into the engine bay for a very limited edition.
Holden is bringing over the Opel/Vauxhall Astra GTC and VXR three-door hatchbacks along with the Cascada convertible down to Australia for the first time.