Holden Commodore 2006-2017 (VE/VF)

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Holden Commodore 2006-2017 (VE/VF) and HSV

This model has been represented in Forza games as the:

  • 2011 HSV GTS (FM4 to FM7, FH4)
  • 2009 Holden HSV w427 (FM3, FM4, FM7)


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2012 Holden Commodore GTS 25th Anniversary Edition

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2011 HSV GTS last featured in FH4

2009 Holden HSV W427 last featured in FM7



Having the W427 back would be really nice over the standard 2011 GTS, basically a Corvette Z06 with a Holden Body.

Lots of power and a pretty iconic Holden compared to the others of this generation.


Actually, both cars are good enough.

HSV GTS should return to FH5
HSV W427 should join Horizon for the first time



2017 HSV GTS-R W1

The final special edition model based on the Gen-F2 range with a more striking design, and improved performance, and to top it off for the big finale, the new GTSR W1 saloon featuring the supercharged 6.2L V8 engine from the Chevrolet Corvette C6 ZR1, producing 474kW of power output, making it the most powerful production car ever made in Australia.


to prove the HSV GTS-R W1’s performance credentials, motoring.com.au put it up against a BMW M6 gran coupe at sandown international raceway. in greasy conditions, the HSV was 1.6 seconds quicker than the M6, even though the HSV costs $130,000 dollars less.


2009 HSV W427