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'''Bitter Vero. 2007 to date (prod. n/a). 4-door sedan. F/R, 5967 cm³ (V8 OHV).''' Erich Bitter attempts revival of his brand again with limited-production boutique Holden. Modified [[Holden Statesman (WM)]], with new front end (designed by ex-[[Opel]] George Gallion, as with earlier Bitters), retrimmed interior, revised suspension and 20-inch wheels. Six-litre V8 delivered the same power as in original car.
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'''Bitter Vero. 2007–9 (prod. 10). 4-door sedan, 4-door LWB sedan. F/R, 3564 cm³ (V6 DOHC), 5967 cm³ (V8 OHV).''' Erich Bitter attempts revival of his brand again with limited-production boutique Holden. Modified [[Holden Statesman (WM)]], with new front end (designed by ex-[[Opel]] George Gallion, as with earlier Bitters), retrimmed interior, revised suspension and 20-inch wheels. Six-litre V8 delivered the same power as in original car. Short-wheelbase, [[Holden Commodore (VE)]]-based Vero Sport added in 2009.
  
  

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Bitter Vero. 2007–9 (prod. 10). 4-door sedan, 4-door LWB sedan. F/R, 3564 cm³ (V6 DOHC), 5967 cm³ (V8 OHV). Erich Bitter attempts revival of his brand again with limited-production boutique Holden. Modified Holden Statesman (WM), with new front end (designed by ex-Opel George Gallion, as with earlier Bitters), retrimmed interior, revised suspension and 20-inch wheels. Six-litre V8 delivered the same power as in original car. Short-wheelbase, Holden Commodore (VE)-based Vero Sport added in 2009.


Manufacturing location: Ennepetal, Germany

Marque: Bitter | Predecessor: Bitter SC


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