The Australian based automaker Holden has recently unveiled the redesigned VF Commodore aimed towards its local auto market.
After it was teased just a few days before writing this article, the brand new Holden VF Commodore is being placed into the spotlights once again, this time with the carmaker pulling the wraps off its body. According to the car manufacturer, the exterior design of the new Holden VF Commodore has been modified and it will make its way, under a different form, in the United States too, where the model will be known as the Chevrolet SS.
“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 the managing director and chairman of Holden, Mike Devereux.
The brand new Holden VF Commodore is coming with a new rear end, with an integrated lip spoiler in the deck lid, with LED daytime running lights, more creases in the hood, new fender vents, with a big navigation screen with the MyLink system, with a Heads-Up display, with an electronic parking brake, Reverse Traffic Alert, Blind Spot Alert, Lane Departure Warning, Auto Park Assist, Forward Collision Allert and much more. Additional details on the new Holden VF Commodore are limited for the moment and will be announced close to its launch.