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.
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?