Australian Automotive manufacturer West Heidelberg, Victoria Australia From 1977 to 1979
Peter Arcadipane, the man behind Ford's Concorde show van, the nose of which later became famous on the front of Mad Max's Interceptor.
Peter Arcadipane an automobile designer, joining GM Holden in 1968. After training experience in the USA, he developed a "super graphics" decal concept and brought the practice back to Australia. He later joined Ford Australia working with the Falcon. He left Ford to design independently and developed the initial "Mad Max" Interceptor vehicle. He continues to design for European and Asian firms.
Simple, economical maintenance, availability of spare parts from all Holden dealers and low price
distinguish this sports coupé completely restyled around the original Tornana Hatchback. The tail has been sectioned and shortened by 14 in and the front has a new nose-cone and aerodynamical wind-dam.
Engine & performance:
Type: Holden V8
Power: 216 Nm @ 4800 rpm
Length: 4200 mm
Width: 1900 mm
Height: 1200 mm
Wheelbase: 2586 mm
Weight: 1213 kg