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by Daniel DeGasperi

Design accessory “packs” have been released for the Holden VF Commodore range, designed to increase the level of personalisation compared with previous models.

Dubbed “Design Packs” that are available in numbered “stages”, they group accessories together for a single price on sports models only, including SV6, SS, SS V and SS V Redline.

A Stage One exterior package includes black front grille surrounds and fender vents for $625. A Stage Two pack, meanwhile, adds in addition to that included in the first stage, track stripes, alloy sports pedals, sports carpet mats, a sports engine cover and black lip spoiler for a more substantial $2045.

The most expensive pack, however, is Stage Three which groups all of the first two stages’ equipment with 20-inch forged alloy wheels – in midnight dark grey or machined-face gunmetal gloss – and 245/35R20 high performance tyres for $5050.

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“We’ve enjoyed some great success with limited edition sports models like the G8-inspired Holden SS V-Series Special Edition,” argues Holden Marketing Manager Kristian Aquilina.

“Even though we’ve taken a more subtle and luxurious styling approach to VF Commodore sports models, we’ve created accessory options … for customers who really want to dial up the volume of their car’s appearance.”

Individual accessories optional on all sports models include track stripes in black or red ($440); three-piece “sports armour” kit that entails front-bumper protection moulding ($300); a black lip spoiler ($320); front grille surrounds in red or black ($535); alloy pedals ($230); and on V8 SS models, a black DRL surround ($180) and red sports engine cover ($350).

Other big-ticket items available across the Holden VF Commodore range include a roo bar ($1490) and towbar ($790).