Holden – Gemini

Rubric: Isuzu | 24 Mar 2015 | Comments Off on Holden – Gemini
Holden – Gemini

The Holden Gemini Story After 23 years the Holden Gemini is still one of the hottest small cars on the road today with a strong cult following,It has been quoted on the radio quite recently as being ‘the best car EVER made’. well, over 200,000 people can’t be wrong! The gemini was originally designed in Germany and sourced from Isuzu in Japan. It was manufactured and built in Australia by GMH. Only just over a year after the it’s release in 1975 the TX Gemini was the most popular car on the market and was even voted car of the year! The Gemini got it’s power from an Isuzu 1584cc 4 cylinder single overhead cam petrol engine, four on the floor was standard with ...

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Isuzu Impulse – The Full Wiki

Rubric: Isuzu | 29 Nov 2014 | Comments Off on Isuzu Impulse – The Full Wiki
Isuzu Impulse – The Full Wiki

Contents The Isuzu Piazza (also known as the Isuzu Impulse in the United States and the Holden Piazza in Australia ) is a small sporty 3-door liftback coupé that was manufactured by Isuzu from 1981 to 1992 in two generations. In Australia it was sold by Holden. the local division of Isuzu’s parent company, General Motors (GM). The first generation Impulse was a rear-wheel drive car, and in the United Kingdom it was the first widely available Isuzu. 1980–1990 Related In 1978, Isuzu commissioned Giorgetto Giugiaro to design a new sporty car to replace the 117 Coupe (also a Giugiaro design). [ 1 ] They delivered several T Series Geminis to the Italdesign studio in Italy and allowed ...

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Isuzu – Isuzu Piazza – Impulse 2nd generation JT22 (1990-1993)

Rubric: Isuzu | 26 Nov 2014 | Comments Off on Isuzu – Isuzu Piazza – Impulse 2nd generation JT22 (1990-1993)
Isuzu – Isuzu Piazza – Impulse 2nd generation JT22 (1990-1993)

JT22 (1990-1993) Isuzu Gemini/Stylus Geo Storm Isuzu PA Nero The second generation Impulse was designed on General Motors’s second generation R-body world car platform. GM had commissioned Isuzu to build a replacement for the Spectrum, this time a sportier model called the Storm (Gemini Coupe in Japan). The body design of the Storm was strongly influenced by GM and drew heavily from GM Europe’s design submission for the Lotus Elan M100. Under Shiro Nakamura, Isuzu’s then head of design, the third generation Gemini sedan was first designed on this platform, and then attention was turned to a sporty coupe to replace the first generation Impulse. Starting with the Storm, alternative ...

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