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What is a HSV Clubsport?

ClubSport R8 & ClubSport R8 Tourer Comfort gets a boost with the fitment of HSV Performance Seats wrapped in Onyx leather trim with 8-way electric adjustment for both the driver and front passenger. The ClubSport R8 also features a premium, 9- speaker Bose audio system.

What is a HSV Clubsport?

ClubSport R8 & ClubSport R8 Tourer Comfort gets a boost with the fitment of HSV Performance Seats wrapped in Onyx leather trim with 8-way electric adjustment for both the driver and front passenger. The ClubSport R8 also features a premium, 9- speaker Bose audio system.

Is a HSV Clubsport a Commodore?

The HSV Clubsport or ClubSport is a full size sports sedan that has represented the brand’s highest volume seller since its introduction in 1990. It was based on the mainstream Commodore range and has been the entry-level HSV model except between 1995 and 1998, when that role was filled by the Manta range.

How fast is the HSV Clubsport?

According to ProfessCars™ estimation this Holden HSV is capable of accelerating from 0 to 60 mph in 4.8 sec, from 0 to 100 km/h in 5 sec, from 0 to 160 km/h (100 mph) in 10.8 sec, from 0 to 200 km/h (124 mph) in 17.6 sec and the quarter mile drag time is 13.2 sec.

How many HSV Clubsport R8 were made?

In 2016, the ClubSport R8 model was reintroduced with a downtuned LSA supercharged V8 that features in the GTS, rated at 400 kW….Build Numbers.

Quick Details Number Produced
Gen-F Clubsport R8 MY15 589
Gen-F Clubsport R8 25th Ann 108
Gen-F2 Clubsport R8 SV Black 368
Gen-F2 Clubsport R8 LSA 909

What is my Clubsport worth?

Depending on the condition, service history, and past use it would be between $9000 and $12,000. The average price of that model is $10,400-$12,700, so the quoted price is a little high.

What’s the difference between a Clubsport and a Clubsport R8?

The VX (series 1 & 2 ) R8 has climate control, Coulsen seats, perfromance brakes as standard (330mm F and 315mm R) and chrome trim around windows over the equipment of the standard clubsport. The series 2 of both have the upgraded/improved control arm on the rear suspension to stop tyre scrubbing that plagued series 1.

How fast is a HSV Clubsport R8?

What happened to HSV Clubsport from 2000?

And that’s the HSV Clubsport from 2000. In fact, the VX-Commodore-based Clubsport ran from that year until late 2002 when it was replaced by the VY model. At which point the more upright tail-lights and other detail changes – that looked fresh back then – somehow messed up the purity of the VX, which was based on the original VT of the late-90s.

What kind of engine does a HSV Clubsport have?

The VX ClubSport range consisted of the standard ClubSport and more ClubSport R8 models, with the latter fitted with HSV’s ‘Performance’ braking package and suspension tune. The all-aluminium 5.7-litre LS1 pushrod V8 engine had a 99 mm bore, 92 mm stroke, flat-topped pistons, two valves per cylinder and a compression ratio of 10.0:1.

What kind of engine does a VX Clubsport have?

Manufactured in Elizabeth, South Australia, and finished by HSV in Clayton, Victoria, the VX ClubSport was powered by a 5.7-litre V8 petrol engine that was mated to either a six-speed T56 manual or four-speed 4L60-E automatic transmission.

What makes a Clubsport car so safe?

The Clubsport’s chassis is one of its strongest safety weapons, with agile handling, responsive steering and powerful brakes empowering the driver with the capability of avoiding a crash. If that’s not enough there’s front and side airbags for the front seat occupants to provide a final layer of protection.