Holden Releases Commodore SS V

by Adam Lynton
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Reveal of the new VF Holden Commodore SS V brings the new Chevy SS further into focus.
If the new Holden VF Commodore unveiled on Monday for the Australian market gave us a taste of what the 2014 Chevrolet SS will look, then the reveal of the new VF Commodore SS V is our best look yet at the Aussie's American cousin, which will make its international debut at the Daytona International Speedway this weekend. The HoldenVF Commodore SS V is the performance version of the new VF Commodore that succeeded the VE Commodore, which in turn was essentially sold as the Pontiac G8 in the US.
Holden Releases Commodore SS V
No specs on either cars have been revealed, though the rear-wheel drive cars are expected to be powered by V8 units mated to six-speed manual or automatic transmissions. The unique body color of Fantale was developed specially for this debut model, which boasts a quad-pipe exhaust system, 20-inch multi-spoke alloys, Brembo brakes, and a wider, more aggressive body kit than the luxury model including an aluminum hood with center crease and a narrower grille. A sleek, new interior is upholstered in suede and leather with accent stitching, complete with carbon fiber-look surfaces, chrome trim, and a flat-bottomed leather-wrapped steering wheel.
Tech goodies include an all-new instrument panel with built-in MyLink infotainment system, an 8-inch touchscreen display, and keyless entry and start.

Look out for the reveal of the new Chevy SS over the weekend, where one of the Stingray's or Camaro SS' 6.2-liter V8 is tipped to feature as the powerplant.
Holden Releases Commodore SS V
Holden Releases Commodore SS V
Holden Releases Commodore SS V
Holden Releases Commodore SS V
Holden Releases Commodore SS V
Holden Releases Commodore SS V
Holden Releases Commodore SS V






by Adam Lynton
Holden Releases Commodore SS V