Following last week's teaser, Holden has officially revealed the 2014 VF Commodore.

Following last week's teaser, Holden has officially revealed the 2014 VF Commodore.

Set to be manufactured at the firm's factory in Adelaide, South Australia, the facelifted VF Commodore, which previews the upcoming Chevrolet SS, has been fitted with aluminum panels, more creases in the hood and new fender vents. It also sports LED DRLs and a redesigned rear end featuring a built-in lip spoiler in the deck lid.

Compared to the model it replaces, the new VF Commodore promises to be up to 10 percent more economical thanks to better aerodynamics, electric power steering and a slightly lower curb weight.

The interior has been significantly revised and sports a large navigation screen with MyLink system, as well as a heads-up display, electronic parking brake and door-mounted power window switches. A wide array of tech will be offered for the revised model, including Auto Park Assist, Lane Departure Warning, Forward Collision Alert, Blind Spot Alert and Reverse Traffic Alert.

GM's Australian arm has not disclosed any details about the engine lineup, but it will certainly be offered with an array of V6 and V8 engines. A more powerful HSV version could be introduced later on with a detuned V8 6.2-liter mill borrowed from the Camaro ZL1.

More details are available in the attached press release.

2014 Holden VF Commodore breaks cover [videos]