2004 HSV Coupe 4

2004 HSV Coupe 4

Introduction
The 2004 HSV Coupe 4 is a sports car that was produced by Holden Special Vehicles (HSV), an Australian manufacturer. It was based on the Holden Monaro and was released in 2004 as a limited edition model. It was a hardtop coupe with a 5.7-liter V8 engine and a six-speed manual transmission. The Coupe 4 had a unique style and an aggressive look that made it stand out from other cars on the road. It was also one of the most powerful cars on the market at the time, with a top speed of over 260km/h.

2004 HSV Coupe 4

Design

Exterior

The 2004 HSV Coupe 4 had a unique and aggressive look that was designed by Peter Hughes Design. It featured a long nose with a low bonnet, and a sloping roofline that gave it a sleek and sporty appearance. The car also had a wide stance and large alloy wheels that gave it an aggressive stance. The exterior also featured a unique ‘Coupe 4’ badge on the side.

2004 HSV Coupe 4

Interior

The interior of the 2004 HSV Coupe 4 was designed to be comfortable and luxurious. The car featured leather upholstery, an eight-way power adjustable driver’s seat, dual-zone climate control, and a premium audio system. The car also featured a unique center console with a built-in navigation system and a 7-inch touchscreen display.

2004 HSV Coupe 4

Performance

Engine

The 2004 HSV Coupe 4 was powered by a 5.7-liter V8 engine that produced 325 horsepower and 375 lb-ft of torque. It was mated to a six-speed manual transmission and had a top speed of over 260km/h. The car also had a 0-60 mph time of 5.3 seconds and a quarter-mile time of 13.7 seconds.

2004 HSV Coupe 4

Handling and Braking

The 2004 HSV Coupe 4 had a stiff suspension setup that gave it great handling and stability. The car also had a large set of disc brakes that provided excellent stopping power. It also had a traction control system that helped to keep the car stable under hard cornering.

2004 HSV Coupe 4

Gallery of 2004 HSV Coupe 4

Front View

2004 HSV Coupe 4

The 2004 HSV Coupe 4 had a unique and aggressive look that was designed by Peter Hughes Design. It featured a long nose with a low bonnet, and a sloping roofline that gave it a sleek and sporty appearance.

Side View

2004 HSV Coupe 4

The Coupe 4 had a wide stance and large alloy wheels that gave it an aggressive stance. The exterior also featured a unique ‘Coupe 4’ badge on the side.

Interior

2004 HSV Coupe 4

The interior of the 2004 HSV Coupe 4 was designed to be comfortable and luxurious. The car featured leather upholstery, an eight-way power adjustable driver’s seat, dual-zone climate control, and a premium audio system.

Engine

2004 HSV Coupe 4

The 2004 HSV Coupe 4 was powered by a 5.7-liter V8 engine that produced 325 horsepower and 375 lb-ft of torque. It was mated to a six-speed manual transmission and had a top speed of over 260km/h.

Rear View

2004 HSV Coupe 4

The rear of the 2004 HSV Coupe 4 featured a unique ‘Coupe 4’ badge on the boot lid, as well as a spoiler and dual exhaust pipes.

Dashboard

2004 HSV Coupe 4

The interior of the 2004 HSV Coupe 4 featured a unique center console with a built-in navigation system and a 7-inch touchscreen display.

Steering Wheel

2004 HSV Coupe 4

The 2004 HSV Coupe 4 featured a leather-wrapped steering wheel and aluminum shift knob, as well as an adjustable steering column.

Wheels

2004 HSV Coupe 4

The 2004 HSV Coupe 4 had a set of large alloy wheels that gave it an aggressive stance. The wheels were fitted with high-performance tires for improved grip.

Brakes

2004 HSV Coupe 4

The 2004 HSV Coupe 4 had a large set of disc brakes that provided excellent stopping power. It also had a traction control system that helped to keep the car stable under hard cornering.

Suspension

2004 HSV Coupe 4

The 2004 HSV Coupe 4 had a stiff suspension setup that gave it great handling and stability. The car also had adjustable shock absorbers that allowed the driver to adjust the ride height and stiffness of the suspension.