2015 HSV Clubsport Tourer LSA is the fastest Aussie wagon ever

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TAGS HSV Clubsport 2015 HSV Clubsport HSV Wagon Sports cars 2015 HSV Clubsport Tourer LSA is the fastest Aussie wagon ever 16 October 2015 by Joshua Dowling · CarsGuide 2015 HSV Clubsport Tourer LSA. Photo credit: Joshua Dowling 2015 HSV Clubsport Tourer LSA. Photo credit: Joshua Dowling 2015 HSV Clubsport Tourer LSA. Photo credit: Joshua Dowling 2015 HSV Clubsport Tourer LSA. Photo credit: Joshua Dowling 2015 HSV Clubsport Tourer LSA. Photo credit: Joshua Dowling 2015 HSV Clubsport Tourer LSA. Photo credit: Joshua Dowling 2015 HSV Clubsport Tourer LSA. Photo credit: Joshua Dowling A homegrown family wagon that’s faster than a Porsche? It’s all yours … for $90,000.The fastest and most powerful family wagon ever made in Australia goes on sale today.There is just one catch. At close to $90,000 on the road, it is also the most expensive locally-made family chariot.Related: Joshua Dowling's first drive of the 2015 HSV Clubsport Tourer and Maloo LSAHolden’s performance-car partner Holden Special Vehicles has fitted a supercharged V8 -- previously found in muscle cars in the US -- to its latest Clubsport wagon.With 400kW of power it can reach 100km/h from a standstill in just 4.8 seconds, faster than most Porsches.The car also has detailed maps of every race track in Australia built into its navigation system, to accurately measure lap times for anyone who does weekend track days.By contrast, three decades ago Holden buyers used to get excited about a limited edition “Vacationer” version of the Commodore wagon -- complete with sun blinds -- to clear runout stock.Holden is emptying out the big guns because production at the Elizabeth assembly line near Adelaide is due to come to an end less than two years from now, and General Motors executives have confirmed there will not be a V8 version of future Commodores.V8s have climbed to more than a third of all Commodore sales as enthusiasts buy one before it’s too late.But some are holding back in the belief that there may be more power around the corner.However, given the high cost of developing engines to meet new emissions standards, and the countdown to the end of production, it is unlikely there is any more power left up Holden’s sleeve. Related articles 2015 HSV Clubsport LSA and Maloo LSA review | first drive16 October 2015 by Joshua Dowling HSV confirms supercharged V8 power22 September 2015 by Joshua Dowling Aussie V8s are ending on a high note10 July 2015 by Joshua Dowling HSV to go supercharged for most models29 June 2015 by Joshua Dowling 2015 HSV Clubsport review | road test23 April 2015 by Peter Barnwell What to read next Comments Related articles 2015 HSV Clubsport LSA and Maloo LSA review | first drive16 October 2015 by Joshua Dowling HSV confirms supercharged V8 power22 September 2015 by Joshua Dowling Aussie V8s are ending on a high note10 July 2015 by Joshua Dowling HSV to go supercharged for most models29 June 2015 by Joshua Dowling 2015 HSV Clubsport review | road test23 April 2015 by Peter Barnwell Related pages HSV Clubsport HSV Wagon Related cars for sale Search HSV cars for sale Search HSV Clubsport cars for sale Search HSV Wagons for sale Get the latest news, reviews and advice every week '); }