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 previews the upcoming Chevrolet SS.
Up front the higher, wider front end features complex hood surfacing with a subtle central power bulge; raking spears point focus at prominent signature trapezoidal grilles.
Jewelled halogen projector headlamps incorporate a ‘curved blade’ park lamp effect. Lower air intakes are flanked by LED daytime running lamps and fog lamps. New front fenders complement the flared, aero-sculpted wheel arches.
At the rear: a wider, more planted stance. Streamlined, uncluttered graphics are dominated by intricately jewelled new tail lamps that extend into the decklid.
All-new instrument panel with integrated centre stack and cowled instrument dials combines infotainment, climate and other controls into a contemporary piece of modern electronics.
Stylish new seat designs feature new structures and luxury comfort profiles. Quality, layered trim finishes in smooth soft-feel leather and suede with perforated leather inserts are accented by twin-needle stitching.
Ice blue ambient lighting illuminates a re-designed centre console with versatile small item storage solutions and maxi cup holders.
Ergonomic improvements include a new steering wheel design and a console-mounted electric park brake button (goodbye handbrake lever). Power window switches are relocated to the armrests, the boot release control to the driver’s doorSource: Holden