Holden has released a new VF Commodore Storm Special Edition available on ute, sedan and Sportwagon body styles.
The VF Storm is based on the popular SV6 and SS models which already offer an impressive list of high-tech standard equipment including Auto Park Assist, Blind Spot Alert, Rear View Camera with Reverse Traffic Alert, and the Holden MyLink infotainment system with an 8 inch colour touch screen display.
The VF Storm Special Edition comes with the following extras:
- Satellite Navigation
- Unique alloys – dark finish on the wheel ports
- Front fog lamps with chrome highlights
- Unique interior touches such as red stitching on seats and ‘Storm’ embroidery
on the dash
- Exterior Storm badges
Philip Brook, Executive Director of Vehicle Sales, Service and Marketing, said “The SV6 and SS Commodore have always been incredibly sporty, stylish and aspirational while representing fantastic value for money – the VF Storm takes that to a new level and is without a doubt the most compelling Commodore offer yet.
“With standard features such as satellite navigation and unique alloys, we’re confident this special edition will create serious excitement for new car buyers.
“So far this year, VF sales are up 62.3% which is over 3,000 units. That’s more than any other car in the market and the Storm Special Edition will help add to that success.”
The VF Commodore Storm Special Edition is available for an additional $500 above the recommended retail price of a VF SV6 and SS.
Good to see GM-Holden is determined to send the last of its great Australian utes out in fine style rather then let it wither on the vine awaiting its demise.
With local Holden vehicle production due to end by 2017, the VF will effectively book-end a proud Holden ute heritage which stretches all the way back to the first FX-based ute released in 1951.
* VF Commodore Storm Special Edition is not available with optional leather-appointed seats. TJ