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If the lines of the Holden VF Commodore look familiar, there’s a reason: Holden/GM’s challenger for V8 Supercar supremacy is based on the same road-going Zeta platform as the Gen6 Chevy SS raced in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.

Built to ‘Next Generation V8 Supercar’ regulations, the VF Commodore features a 5.0 L V8 engine, 18-inch control wheels and a specially designed aerodynamics kit featuring Holden’s first end-mounted rear wing since the VP Commodore of the 1990s. Although the V8 Supercar shares certain body panels in common with its road-going version car, many of its components are custom made by individual Holden teams including Triple Eight Race Engineering, Tekno Autosports, Brad Jones Racing and Garry Rogers Motorsport as well as the Holden Racing Team.

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