Only 250 units of the Peter Brock Commodore Tribute Car will be built.
Holden Dealer Team (HDT) has just released new photos of their Commodore Tribute Car to Peter Brock. For those of you unfamiliar with Brock, he is an Australian racing legend who won the Bathurst 1000 an awesome nine times and contended the 24 Hours of Le Mans three times. He also ran HDT for some time. Peter Brock crashed his rally car back in 2006 and died from injuries sustained. The tribute car is a retro-fitted sedan bearing his signature.
The Heritage Series car will feature a supercharged 6.2-liter LS V8 engine with an output of 470hp. A body kit, Bilstein shocks and performance brakes will also be equipped on the limited-run car. It will sit on a set of 20-inch wheels along with an Energy Polarizer that Brock so adamantly championed during his days. HDT was formerly Holden's performance and motorsports department until they split with the GM subsidiary in 1987. They were replaced by the well-known Holden Special Vehicles department. The tribute car will be produced in a limited-run of 250 units and each will come with a unique build plate.