Australian carmaker Holden has officially revealed the facelift for the VF Commodore which will spawn into an American version for Chevrolet that will be sold under the “SS” moniker. The car has received new fender vents, a more creased hood and several aluminum panels. In addition, the rear end has been restyled and now includes a lip spoiler in the deck lid. We also notice the addition of LED daytime running lights at the front.
Holden says the facelifted variant is up to 10% more economical than is predecessor thanks to improved aerodynamics, slightly lower weight and also the implementation of electric power steering.
Moving inside the cabin, the interior has received a major overhaul and looks way better than the older model. It can be fitted with a head-up display and comes as standard with power window switches mounted on the door, an electronic parking brake and also a generous navigation screen featuring the MyLink system.
Holden has installed a wide array of technologies in the 2014 VF Commodore, such as Reverse Traffic Alert, Auto Park Assist, Blind Spot Alert, Lane Departure Warning and Forward Collision Alert. In terms of engine lineup, no official details are known for the moment, but V6 and V8 engines are expected.