The MY10 upgrade was focused on upgrading the engine range to the latest SIDI offering, but neglected any form of styling revision.
Dubbed the 'VF' Commodore, Holden plans on revising both interior and exterior in a bid to refresh the Commodore.
Interior changes will include a new colour palette, doing away with the bland colour range currently on offer. In addition to new colours, Holden will also revise the placement of the LCD screen in all higher grade models, with the screen being moved to where the Omega currently has it placed at the top of the dashboard.
Moving the LCD screen will improve ease of use and access, allowing the screen to be within the driver's peripheral vision.
Exterior changes will be loosely based around Holden's Coupe60 concept with a more visible air dam at the bottom, along with revised headlights.
The VF Commodore is expected to hit showrooms in mid-2010.
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