2015 HSV Gen-F Senator SV Reviews
Australia's leading functionality car manufacturer, HSV, released details of a fresh limited edition version based off the lavish Senator Signature.
The limited edition content begins with the fitment of the all-new, 20" SV Rapier invented alloy wheel, complete using its Dark Stainless finish. This lightweight, 5-spoke alloy, provides a race-inspired border to the outdoor layout, further showing the huge brake disks and forged calipers.
Complementing the brand new wheel really are a variety of dramatic "pitch black" outside styling emphases. High-end lip spoiler, fender ports, mirror scalps, the grille environment and door encompasses all have the exceptional finish as does the vehicle's badging. Fearless quad exhaust outlets, with shadow-chrome points, finish the outdoor styling makeover.
"We were eager to take Senator Signature's "luxury/operation" placement and deliver a darker, more brooding border to its styling", he explained.
The vehicle's exclusivity is further improved through the fitment of distinctively branded "Senator SV" sill plates, an I.D. plate and EDI startup display, while each vehicle will be separately numbered.
"We haven't released a limited edition Senator since 2008 so we are certain the Senator SV is going to be well received by our supporters."
The Senator SV will soon be accessible with a TR6060 6-speed manual transmission or the elective 6L80E 6-speed automatic with Paddle and Active Pick -shifters.
At $83,990, Recommended Retail Pricing Senator SV stays unchanged from that with the optional 6-speed automatic transmission to be accessible at no additional price.
To be offered in four outdoor colours -
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