Wikicars, a place to share your automotive knowledge


Jump to: navigation, search
place image here in 300 pixels
Holden Torana TT36 Concept
aka Type aka here, not up there
Introduction 2004 at the Sydney Motor Show
Class Concept Car
Body Style 5 dr Hatchback
Length length - type here
Width Width - type here
Height Height - type here
Wheelbase wheelbase - type here
Weight Weight - you get the point
Transmission 6 speed Manual, RWD
Engine 3.6L V6 Alloytec twin turbo
Power 280 kW @ N/A rpm
N/A lb-ft of torque @ N/A rpm
Similar similar (competition)
Designer Designer (lead designer if it was a team effort)

The Holden Torana TT36 Concept is a concept car developed by Holden and revealed in the 2004 Sydney Motor Show and in 2005 at the Melbourne International Motor Show in Australia. The car uses an experimental High Output Allyotec engine coupled with twin turbochargers (as the TT36 name suggests. TT stands for twin turbo and the number 36 refers to the engine's capacity of 3.6 litres).

See Wikicars' comprehensive Holden Torana TT36 Concept Review.


The Torana TT36 is developed in Holden's design centre in Melbourne on a budget of $3,500,000. It took 6 months for designers and engineers to design, develop and build this concept car.


Unique Attributes

The mechanicals and the design language of the Torana TT36 has been used for the current model Commodore.

Interior and exterior

The Torana TT36 is well distinguishable for the hot pink paintwork and its 20 inch 10 spoke wheels. It has a glassroof and whole interior is mostly white particularly the leather seats that can carry 4 people each. According to Holden, its stylish interior would be an attraction of the streets in Los Angeles.


Please make sure to keep critiques in a third-person point of view. If using criticisms from a reputable automotive source, then please make sure to cite the quote.


If the vehicle is sold in other markets worldwide, then this is the section to mention that information. Also, mention if the <MODEL> goes by another name in these other markets.

Design quirks and oddities

The Torana TT36 is also a tribute to the Bathurst winning A9X Torana racer of the 1970's


List out notable awards that the model has recieved while in production. Boldface the company or organization that gives out the award, and Italicize the name of the award.

See Also

image (between 170-190 pixels)

General Motors Co.

Buick | Cadillac | Chevrolet | GMC | Holden | Opel | Vauxhall | Daewoo | Saab

Current: Barina · Caprice · Captiva · Combo · Commodore · Colorado · Statesman · Ute · Epica · Cruze · Barina Spark · Volt

Commodore Variants: VS · VB · VC · VH · VK · VL · VN · VP · VR · VT · VX · VY · VZ · VE

Historic: Adventra . Apollo · Astra · Belmont · Brougham · Calibra · Camira · Crewman . Holden Cruze AWD · Drover · EH · FB · Frontera · FJ · FX · Gemini · Jackaroo · Kingswood · Monaro · Nova · One Tonner . Piazza · Premier · Rodeo · Sandman · Scurry · Shuttle · Special · Standard · Suburban · Sunbird · Tigra · Torana · Vectra · Zafira · Viva · Barina · Omega

Concept: ECOmmodore · EFIJY · Torana GTR-X Concept · Nations Cup Monaro Concept · Sandman Concept · SST Concept · SSX Concept · Torana TT36 Concept · UTEster Concept · Coupe 60 Concept · Hurrican Concept

Holden Special Vehicles · Statesman

James Alexander Holden Corporate website A division of General Motors

External Links

Please include any external sites that were used in collaborating this data, including manufacturer sites, in this section.

This article or section contains information about a concept automobile.

It is likely to contain information of a speculative nature, but such speculation is usually sourced from the automotive news media, the automaker's media press releases, or other news sources. Concept cars, or similar evolutionary vehicles based on them, may never see production. The content and specifications for those selected for continuation may change significantly as the concept evolves, or as production nears if it is launched, and as more information becomes available. Concept automobiles, and their derivatives if any, are subject to delays or cancellation by the automaker.