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Holden Concept Racer Has Four Electric Motors and 1,341 hp

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Concept cars are aspirational at the best of times, but Holden’s taking it to another level with the Time Attack concept. Less concept car than concept concept, Holden’s latest creation exists entirely within the digital ether and is said to preview the post-auto show world.

Holden Presents Stunning Time Attack Electric Concept Racer

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Holden Time Attack Concept Racer does 0-62 mph in 1. 25 seconds, at least virtually GM’s Holden presents probably the most groundbreaking concept racing electric vehicle that we’ve ever seen – the Holden Time Attack Concept Racer.

Holden Releases 1,341-HP Electric Time Attack Concept Car

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Holden celebrated the 50th anniversary of its first win at Australia's Mount Panorama Circuit in Bathurst with the release of a 1,341-horsepower electric vehicle concept that it said is capable of obliterating the track's overall lap record. Named the Time Attack Concept by Holden, design of the vehicle was split between Holden's styling and engineering departments.

Holden showcases design talents with Time Attack Concept

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - General Motors' Australian division Holden may no longer be building its own cars, but it still has a world-class design team that regularly collaborates on projects for other GM brands.

GM Holden Designers Race Into The Future With Bathurst ‘Time Attack Concept’ Racer

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Coinciding with the 50th anniversary of Holden’s first win at Bathurst in 1968, GM Holden’s Design Team has explored the technological potential of the future through the stunning virtual ‘Time Attack Concept’ racer – conceived and executed entirely in-house at GM Holden.

Maven Gig Expands To Perth, As Industry Veteran John Kett Appointed To Lead Maven In Australia

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - MELBOURNE - Holden announced today that it is expanding Maven Gig to Perth, Western Australia, as consumer demand for GM’s mobility solutions continues to grow in Australia.