Holden has just given this world its first taste of what a twin-turbocharged V6 of ...
Holden has just given this world its first taste of what a twin-turbocharged V6 of its next-generation Supercar racer will sound like.
Set to be used in 2019 inside a latest-generation Holden Commodore, the engine has been slotted into brand’s wild Sandman Supercar and was tested by Craig Lowndes at the Queensland’s Norwell Motorplex.
Reportedly producing 635 horsepower, this engine will replace the existing naturally-aspirated V8 supercar, while it remains in its early development stage, well, it sounds pretty impressive.
As you would expect, it doesn’t have the growl or roar of the V8 but compared to a vacuum cleaners used in Formula One, it’s the forced induction revelation.
Holden will enter a new Commodore in 2018 Virgin Australia Supercars Championship and for the first year, retain the existing V8, meaning there is still 18 months of development to be done on the TT V6.
And if it sounds as good as this in 2019, we will be as pleased as punch. This TTV6 sounds awesome! A lot better than I expected.
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