07 September 2017, By Mater Lotteries
Win the Ultimate Prize Package
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This Mater Cars for Cancer lottery No. 77 we are giving one lucky winner the chance to drive away in a Maloo GTSR W507 PLUS a KTM 350 EXC-Fdirt bike!
Step into a supercharged playground
This supercharged beast pumps out a massive 507kW of power and 850Nm of torque. This is a piece of Aussie muscle machine that has been created to dominate and rule the road – this fact will come across loud and clear to anyone you pass as they hear the roar from the newly calibrated bi-modal twin exhaust system with quad exhaust outlets and catch sight of the unique rear diffuser.
Just like the GTSR sedan, the new GTSR Maloo features the same aggressive front fascia, wider front fenders and 20” SV Panorama forged alloy wheels – taking Australia’s ultimate workhorse to its most superior, advanced and powerful conclusion.
Our Maloo GTSR W507 is a supercharged V8, with a 6-speed automatic transmission, with Active Select and paddle shifters. Turn the Driver Preference Dial clockwise and the performance gets even better. Your level of exhilaration will immediately surge as the GTSR Maloo recalibrates electric systems like traction control, ESC, torque vectoring and launch control for even greater execution and performance.
The GTSR Maloo reflects its track focus with all new HSV Podium seats finished in Alcantara with diamond-quilted stitching and leather inserts – so you’ll enjoy not just total driving exhilaration, but a level of comfort and driver focused technologies usually reserved for high-performance sedans. Add to this power adjustable driver seat lumbar support along with 4-way electric adjustment of driver seat, and you’ll be experiencing the kind of driving position and backing that you’d expect in a race-car.
Additionally, from the very comfort of your HSV Podium seat you will have access to a range of driver focused technologies including automatic park assist, front and rear park assist, electric power steering, forward collision alert, rain sensing wipers, reverse traffic alert, lane departure warning, reversing camera, Head-Up Display, hill hold control, hill start assist, electric park brake and 6-speaker enhanced audio.
Your new GTSR Maloo will also include the sophisticated Head-Up Display – an advanced technology which was originally developed for fighter jets. This displays important driver information on the windscreen such as tachometer, external temperature, speedometer and lateral G gauge.
Keep your mind at ease with the DataDot DNA Platinum Theft Deterrent System (TDS) fitted into your GTSR Maloo – keeping your prize possession even more protected. Plus in the unlikely event of theft, you will have the additional benefit of the DataDot TDS Warranty.
KTM 350 EXC-F – Built to get wild
The 350 EXC-F embodies the perfect bike in so many ways – it’s light, responsive and has the right mix of power and manageability. The new 350 EXC-F 8.5L engine features a design delivering a 450-style power. This fuel-injected powerhouse has been redesigned in order to make it more compact and lighter, while delivering better torque and power figures over the entire rev range.
The new engine is fitted with a smooth, tailor-made 6-speed Enduro gearbox. Its superior ´No Dirt´ gear lever design prevents dirt from blocking the joint of the lever and assures a safe activation of the transmission. All 4-stroke engines are fitted with a gear sensor which syncs the power curve to the gear you’re in and the surface you’re on – very smart! The new EXC models are also the slimmest, lightest bikes in the Enduro scene.
The high-tech, lightweight chrome-moly steel frame has a talent for simple handling, outlandish ride-ability, accurate cornering and exceptional stability. The result is better absorption of the energy created from the front and rear suspension, sucking up jumps and bumps. In summary: more comfort and less rider fatigue.
Front suspension – The all-new WP XPlor 48 upside-down fork is a split fork developed by WP in close association with KTM. It’s fitted with a spring on both sides but contains separated functions for each fork leg: compression damping is fitted on the left side, whereas rebound is on the right side. Meaning the forks can easily be adjusted for compression and rebound with the twist of a dial on top of the fork tubes (30 clicks each). Furthermore, a longer and sealed hydro-stop assures better resistance to bottoming-out. Due to first-class resources and a high-tech production process, the new XPlor 48 fork has remarkable response and damping characteristics and is about 200g lighter than its predecessor.
Rear suspension – The WP XPlor PDS is a newly developed rear shock. The PDS, the KTM proven and successful progressive damping system is kind of a KTM trademark where the shock absorber is directly linked to the upper side of the swingarm. It claims the best possible mounting geometry, delivers even more progressive damping and presents an all-new body with a smaller piston and a larger reservoir.
Your chance to WIN
Purchase tickets in Mater Cars for Cancer lottery No. 77 for your chance to win BOTH of these beasts! But not only that, you will also be helping us provide the best possible care for cancer patients treated at Mater and also helping us to invest in promising cancer research which is happening right now at Mater. So don’t miss out, buy your tickets today!