Thursday, March 3, 2011
Holden HSV GTS Wallpapers
New entrant in the auto market is the muscular Holden Special Vehicles E series that has launched its 2010 HSV GTS this year. It has a power of 325kW/435hp, a torque of 550Nm/405lb ft and most outstandingly has the power to adjust the rotation of the earth every time it smacks the garrote. Whenever you smack the garrote, the computerized controlled valve in an exhaust system sidesteps the motor along with slowing down the earth beneath the dragging torque; it seems as if the earth is breaching in half.
Although 2010 HSV GTS has slight green color, the test drive of the car appears to be meaner in look than a tiger going in a passage. Huge LED daytime lights nearly compel the other divers on the road to leave your way, without the hassle of being noticed by other drivers. If it’s not due to the lights then it’s the LS3 engine’s roar with 6.2 liter capacity; known from Corvette.
2010 HSV GTS is a huge sedan that came up with regular improvements made on its engine to adjust itself to drive this 4-door car. The people in the USA can relate this car to Pontiac G8 as it is indeed a huge Australian built sedan.
The amazing features incorporated in 2010 HSV GTS are MRC suspension; which implies that magnetic field alters the settings of the moisture of suspension to numerous 100 times a second. You can also alter the Track setting that really strengthens the previous hard suspension. This car gives you better drive of 20mm due to low center of gravity than the earlier Series-1 car, but it is highly probable that it tears the front bumper completely on a curb. It is absolutely not suggested because of the high expense of LED lights.
On a freeway 2010 HSV GTS gives you an enjoyable drive. There is an immediate garrote response and the maneuvering can be easily predicted by the automatic gearbox of 6-speed. When manual mode is activated the engine will bug the garrote on each lower speed automatically that makes you feel like the driving king. In this car SV brakes are optional that have 6-piston calipers and huge sized brake discs. The only possible way out to stop quickly is to hit a hard wall.
However, 2010 HSV GTS is affordable. It doesn’t mean that when you smack the garrote every time in the city getting an empty fuel tank; it means when you are driving on a freeway, where the engine is hardly indicating over the 1600rpm at 100km/h. In other words, it is only twice the inactive speed. Previous models of HSV had the same feature but at high torque curve there was no reaction when you wanted to gear up. But 2010 HSV GTS has no such problem, the engine accelerates the car reaching the mark quicker than one can imagine.
One of the pitfalls of 2010 HSV GTS is related to what it stands on; the quality rims. The feel of the interior is still of a high quality taxi as to say, especially the handbrakes are so stiff that it pulls your hand badly when releasing it. But it has an astonishing NZ$$98,590 price tag with the equivalent performance of Euro fantastic cars worth of NZ$200,000 and still you have to maintain the image of a normal person with it.