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Holden has revealed its Time Attack Concept Racer, a virtual track weapon designed in-house by the brand’s design and engineering teams, celebrating the 50th anniversary of its first win at Mount Panorama.
Think of it as a Vision Gran Turismo sort of vehicle, with futuristic and spaceship-like design elements, along with a wild all-electric powertrain.
Up front there’s slim laser matrix headlights, a large intake channelling air through to each side of the vehicle for improved aerodynamics, and of course the Lion badge sitting proudly on the nose.
Aero-style 18-inch carbon-fibre wheels fill the arches and a massive teardrop-shaped glasshouse extends to the rear, which features a Darth Vader-like diffuser treatment and slimline LED matrix tail-lights.
“This concept is a digital advertisement for the advanced skills, capability and technology of the GM Holden team,” said Richard Ferlazzo, Holden’s design director.
“The technology we employ today has transformed the way we design cars. We have the ability to simulate a car’s appearance, technology and dynamics in convincing animations, which enables us to deliver better designs in a shorter time.”