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This above is a pic of the 25th Anniversary GTS. (2013)

The special edition comes equipped with the same 435-horsepower LS3 found in the standard GTS, but adds 20-inch forged alloy wheels with Satin Graphite finish. The 25th Anniversary GTS also receives unique 'Vector' hood scoops and side vents for better breathing and a bit more visual intimidation.


Next-gen Holden HSV range coming next month


Holden Special Vehicles has something fun planned for next month. The company plans to yank back the sheets on the next generation of its HSV range, suitably named the Gen-F, on May 15. Holden had to do some quick stepping with its nomenclature this go around, and while names like "F Series" and "F1" dovetailed nicely with the 2013 VF Commodore, HSV had so skip those for obvious legal reasons.

HSV has been trying to keep details close to the chest until the official unveil, but the Australian sleuths at carsguide.com.au have unearthed a wealth of interesting information already. According to the report, the Gen-F will be the fastest and most powerful sedan ever sold in Oz, with 575 horsepower and 545 pound-feet of torque. That engine will be very closely related to the LSA mill found in the Chevy Camaro ZL1, which produces 580 horses in US trim.

Initial estimates put the 0-62 (0-100 kilometers per hour) run at "comfortably less" than 4.5 seconds, and top speed will reportedly be capped at 155 miles per hour. Expect high-tech wizardry in the suspension and electronics to keep the car planted, and expect a sticker price of around $95,000 in Australian dollars.

Australians can expect to see the cars hit the showroom by June 15, but reports indicate it won't be as outlandishly styled as the last-gen model seen above. Instead, expect a more subtle package for the Gen-F that lacks some of the scoops and wings seen in years past. More detail is available atthe source link below for those interested in what may very well be the last super-powerful V8-powered factory Holden sedan in Australia.


(Those wheels in the yellow 25 year anniversary car above are the best I've seen on a Holden or Pontiac so far.)
 

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For the record,
Chevypwr originally posted the article that Autoblog referenced in the piece above.
 

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I have to agree those wheels are the best wheels i've seen on a pontiac/chevy, i believe there's an aftermarket wheel styled like it, might be from HRE?

I wish Chevy did what BMW has done and teamed up with a legendary brand like BBS to bring some amazing looking wheels, not to say the SS has ugly wheels but it can be better
 

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I have to agree those wheels are the best wheels i've seen on a pontiac/chevy, i believe there's an aftermarket wheel styled like it, might be from HRE?

I wish Chevy did what BMW has done and teamed up with a legendary brand like BBS to bring some amazing looking wheels, not to say the SS has ugly wheels but it can be better
Doubt it's gong to happen. Could care less if it does but what I would do is find a used set of Camaro ZL1 wheels and get them in a silver/grey finish for the Chevrolet SS.

 

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Doubt it's gong to happen. Could care less if it does but what I would do is find a used set of Camaro ZL1 wheels and get them in a silver/grey finish for the Chevrolet SS.

someone's going to have to photoshop these wheels on the SS for me, im having my doubts but seeing how well it suits the bold and squared bodylines on the camaro, it should look okay on the SS.
 
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