Just as the Holden Hurricane almost blew the Museum away, in comes the Efijy! For a limited time only, visitors can once again get up close and personal with this iconic concept car.
Some 5 years since its last visit, Efijy’s creator and Holden Design Director Richard Ferlazzo is more than happy to see his creation once again grace the floor of the museum, alongside the 1969 Hurricane. So for those who didn’t catch a glimpse of this iconic vehicle at Wayville on the weekend, then come up to the National Motor Museum and acquaint yourself with this award-winning V8 concept car.
Combining a 6-litre engine, a Chevrolet chassis and styling that evokes another design classic - the 1953 FJ Holden – the EFIJY’s temporary home at the National Motor Museum is the perfect place to enjoy this state-of-the-art modern-day classic. For more details on this iconic Holden visit http://tinyurl.com/pw4fqn7
Whilst there people can see just how far car design has come with a walk through Sunburnt Country: Icons of Australian Motoring. Tracking the first 50 years of this country’s motoring heritage, this exhibition tells a number of uniquely Australian stories of our motoring past.
What Holden EFIJY concept car
When October 2013 - mid 2014
Where National Motor Museum, Birdwood