Monaro-based HRT427 supercar was Australia’s answer to Ferrari. CANBERRA – Holden Ltd. is canceling plans to build Australia's first supercar, the Monaro-based HRT427, because of the high costs involved. Only 50 of the cars, referred to as Australia's answer to the Porsche and Ferrari brands, were to have been built by Holden Special Vehicles. Two have been built, but HSV has not decided what will happen to them. All 50 had confirmed orders, and an unexpectedly high proportion ...

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