The VF Commodore Storm Edition is Another Reason to Lust for Utes

Holden could announce that the Commodore was going to change the color of its front badge from gray to dark gray, and I'd probably still write a post about it, simply because it would give me an excuse to stare at the ute for just a little while. The return of the Storm Special Edition is a little more than just a badge swap, though. The Storm option is strictly an appearance package that offers no performance upgrades. It's available for the SV6 and SS sedans, sportwagons, and utes. The Storm features satellite nav, front fog lamps, a different set of 18-inch alloy wheels, red contrast stitching, and "Storm" embroidery and badges. RELATED: The Groovy Holden Commodore Sandman and Its Shag Seats Returns Holden offered the same package last year, and its success, as well as a current attempt to bring any additional attention to slowing sales, encouraged the reintroduction. This comes a little more than a month after Holden announced it was also bringing back the Sandman special edition, which was an old-school reference to the surf-focused panel wagons. This announcement comes before the impending closures of the Holden assembly plant in Elizabeth, South Australia, and its engine plant in Port Melbourne by the end of 2017. RELATED: The 2000 Holden Sandman Concept Is Pure Wagon Gold ____________________________________ Click Here to Read the Original Article on BoldRide