Second generation Holden Commodore 4-door sedan with a gutsy 3.8 liter V6 engine. The SV labeling on the door panels indicate that this casting is an SV Series variant of VN-badged Commodores. Holden's VN nameplate was built in Australia from August 1988 to September 1991. The SV Series Commodore was a special sports variant of the SS series, which was launched in March of 1989.
The SV series was best known for its upgraded Sports engine, brakes and Transmission. All these features make the SV series one of the most collectible sports cars in Australia. Sadly, no more than 303 ever were built, the Holden SV Commodore was simply too expensive for most Australians. Because of this, the SV series is extremely rare and because of its impressive engine and handling, this car is the envy of many Australian motorsport enthusiasts and sports car collectors.
Ironically, the Hot Wheels casting was launched the same year that the Holden VN Commodore was taken out of production.
A Real Classic Australian car, known best for its Performance and durability. Available as a Police sedan since 1996.
The Holden Commodore was also released with a light bar and renamed Police Cruiser. It has come out in the following 1/64 scale versions:
|Col #||Year||Series||Color||Tampo||Base Color / Types||Window Color||Interior Color||Wheel Type||Toy #||Country||Notes||Photo|
|1991||1991 Hot Wheels||White||Black, Pink, Yellow "SV"||White / Plastic||Black tint||Red||BW||9713||Malaysia||International line only|