Designed to "reinforce its position as Australia’s favorite locally-made car," the 2015 Commodore features a number of styling and performance tweaks.
Holden has taken the wraps off the 2015 VF Commodore.
Designed to "reinforce its position as Australia’s favorite locally-made car," the 2015 model features a number of styling and performance tweaks.
First up, there's a revised color palette with two new additions: Some Like It Hot Red and Jungle Green (SV6, SS, SS V and SS V Redline models only). The latter sport variants also receive a new gloss-black rear valance.
Speaking of sporty models, the SS V Redline gains new steering wheel mounted paddle shifters when equipped with the optional automatic transmission. The car also features restyled 19-inch alloy wheels and a Jet Black interior with optional titanium highlights.
The engine lineup largely carryovers but the LPG option has been discontinued for SV6 models.
Additional changes are limited but there's new ISOFIX anchorage points in the rear seat and a retuned Electronic Power Steering system which has three unique calibrations: Touring – FE1 (Evoke, Calais, Calais V, Caprice V), Sport – FE2 & FE3 (SV6, SS, SS V) and Sport / Competitive – FE3 (SS V Redline).
Check out the press release for additional information