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Under the pretty sheet-metal lies a supercharged LS2 V8 engine displacing 6. Despite numerous bids from wealthy car nuts across the globe, the Efijy is not up for sale and will end up on display at a museum in Holden's head office in Australia. Before returning home, the car will make an appearance at the Woodward Dream Cruise in Michigan this August where it will star amongst 40, other hot-rods. Sign up to get the latest performance and luxury automotive news, delivered to your inbox daily! I agree to receive emails from the site. I can withdraw my consent at any time by unsubscribing. High-Res Gallery: Holden Efijy concept.
Oil-rich sheiks, mega-millionaire British businessmen and even the brother of Russia's president, Vladimir Putin, are fighting to get their hands on the Holden Efijy. They have bid millions for the one-off Holden hero car, which has just starred in the Woodward Dream Cruise in Detroit. GM Holden has officially dismissed the chance of building any extra Efijys beyond the one-off motor show dream machine, but the worldwide interest in the car could lead to a potentially lucrative opportunity to commission a limited production run. The exact interest in the car is unclear, but GM Holden executives confirm there have been semi-serious approaches from several people with the cash to splash on an Efijy. The Tom Walkinshaw organisation has the ability to build copies of the Efijy, through a range of its businesses including Holden Motorsport and Elfin sports cars, and it could be an ideal partner on an Efijy project.
Classic not plastic Picture: Supplied. Source:News Limited. HOLDEN has confirmed it will keep its multimillion-dollar collection of historic concept cars in Australia — even after its assembly line closes in