The Australian based automaker Holden has officially pulled the wraps off its newest creation, the 2015 VF Commodore, which will go on sale locally soon.
According to the car manufacturer, the 2015 Holden VF Commodore has been designed in order to “reinforce its position as Australia’s favorite locally-made car” and the model in question is coming with some interesting items, such as the revised color palette, which now includes the Jungle Green and the Smoke Like It Hot Red.
“Although VF is only 17 months old, we are committed to keeping the product fresh and giving customers what they want – this is the essence of any customer-oriented company and our focus on being the most customer-centric brand in Australia”, said the Holden chairman and managing director, Gerry Dorizas.
The 2015 Holden VF Commodore has been equipped, in the SS V Redline, with features such as the Jet Black interior, 19-inch alloy wheels, steering wheel with mounted paddle shifters, automatic transmission available as an option and several other tweaks. The engine lineup of the updated model is being carried over but Holden says that the LPG option for the SV6 has been discontinued. More details on the updated Commodore are limited for the moment.