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While the team at Ford Australia are hard at work on the public release of the all-new FG Falcon, the Holden camp are by no means sitting around waiting. Instead, they are designing revisions to the hugely successful VE Commodore.

Holden now sells the VE Commodore all over the world, the only Australian car to have ever gone so far on the international market. A massive credit to the work done by Holden. But now it’s time for a facelift in the form of the VF Commodore.

Rumours circulating the web suggest the VF update will be mostly cosmetic with some updates to the interior and the possibility of a revised (improved) engine lineup.

Official images of the VF Commodore will not find their way on the net for another 12-18 months, but our friends at CGIAutomotive.com have already designed a Computer Generated Image.

Holden VF Commodore

Taking some inspiration from Holden’s Coupe 60 concept that was on display at the Melbourne Motor Show, the VF Commodore aims to differentiate itself from the Ford Falcon and Toyota Aurion.

Other items on the wish-list include

  • 5-Speed automatic transmission for Omega variants and 6-speed for the rest.
  • The same Cylinder deactivation on V8 models as used in U.S. exports
  • Reverse parking sensors standard on all models (bar Omega)

What other improvements would you like to see on the new VF Commodore?