Holden has released new images with the 2014 Commodore CF, just a day after the model has been officially unveiled in Australia.
The Holden VF Commodore, as strange as it may sound, is important for the United States auto market because it will lead the way for a new Chevrolet SS Sports Sedan, which will be unveiled over there on the 16th of February, as the North American based automaker announced.
“The VF Commodore really is a class above. No other car created in Australia is as technologically advanced, and we’re very proud that not only was the VF designed and engineered here, but it will also be exported to the USA for GM’s biggest global brand, Chevrolet”, said Mike Devereux, the Holden chairman and managing director.
The new Holden Commodore VF is coming with lightweight aluminum panels, with electric power steering, standard Auto Park Assist, MyLink infotainment system, keyless entry and start, Blind Spot Alert, Forward Collision Alert, Lane Departure Warning, Reverse Traffic Alert system and a head-up display, amongst others. More details on the 2014 Holden Commodore VF will be announced over the following weeks, close to its launch.