The Australian based automaker Holden has recently pulled the wraps off two new versions of the VF Commodore, the Sportwagon and the UTE, aimed towards the local auto market.
After the brand new Holden VF Commodore has been officially unveiled last week, and with its American brother, the Chevrolet SS, making its way onto the web over the weekend, the Australian high performance sedan is ending up in our news once again. The Holden VF Commodore has been transformed into a Sportwagon and Ute in Australia and we must admit that the design of the two models looks quite appealing. Americans have an extra reason to be happy on this two versions because they will be carried over to the Chevrolet SS soon.
The outgoing Holden VE Commodore, which is showing an old design on the exterior and in the cabin, will be left in the shadows by the new VF Commodore. The Sportwagon and the Ute will adopt the interior design of the new VF Commodore and, even if it hasn’t been announced just yet, the engine lineup is expected to remain the same. The two new versions of the Holden VF Commodore, the Sportwagon and the Ute, will arrive in showrooms, across Australia, starting from June.