281 kmph is mighty impressive for a Aussie car. Does CSV do much study in aerodynamics with underbody work and lift, downforce and drag etc? It would be nice to see it edge closer to the tripple.
Interesting to see the new VY figures, the squarer rear is obviously more areodynamic than the old VT-VX round end. I guessing these would flow onto CSV Vy products?
It is also unfortunate that a unlimited version of the XR6 was not avalible. Being very aerodynamic and having a flat torque curve and plenty of power could have made it interesting.
Has CSV concidered any overseas markets? Given CSV's extenstive experience with Commodores, and freedom. They would seem to have a large optitunity in the UK, now that the HSV imports have suddenly ceased. With such positive figures surely the cars could sell themselves.