2013 Holden VF Commodore Unveiling: Watch It Live Here

TMR Team | Feb 10, 2013

UPDATE: The VF Commodore has been revealed. See our full article here.

Holden will unveil the latest generation in its iconic Commodore line today at 10:45am AEDST, and you can watch it live here.

We'll bring you all the details from the event, so keep your eyes and ears tuned to TMR this morning.

Want to know more now? Check out the links below to give yourself a 'catch-up course' in what Holden has revealed so far about its new 2013 VF Commodore.

UPDATE - MAY 2013: Pricing and photos for the new VF Commodore have been released. Click here.

In 2011, Holden revealed the first details of the new VF Commodore, confirming that the Federal Government's now defunct Green Car Innovation Fund would contribute to developing a lighter and 'greener' model.

Then, early in 2012, it was confirmed at last that the Commodore will return to the US market, following the demise of the Pontiac G8 program (and the Pontiac badge) with a limited run of Chevrolet-badged SS performance models.

Holden remained predictably tight-lipped as the months passed, but new spy footage obtained by TMR in 2012 revealed the first glimpse of the new Commodore in testing.

The world got its first real preview of the new Commodore late last year, when GM unveiled the NASCAR racing version of the new Chevrolet SS.

Essentially a shell over an unrelated racing chassis, the NASCAR's similarities to the final production car are limited to the stick-on headlight, grille and bumper graphics, along with the tail-lights and side 'vents' behind the front wheel.

A selection of teaser images were released in the following weeks however, marking the first appearance of the final production model's new headlights and tail-lights.

And finally, Holden boss Mike Devereux confirmed that even beyond the overhauled 'new' VF model, a next-generation Commodore is in development and a 2016/2017 debut is scheduled.

Now, with less than two hours until the new Commodore's unveiling, we wait.

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  • 5valvepercylinder
    5 valve per cylinder says,
    3 years ago
    It's very handsome and has the same sort of design aesthetics as an Opel.

    Lovely interior.

    A good showing.
  • Justareader says,
    3 years ago
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    they changed the back which looks good. However the front looks kinda the same as a calais/berlina. But I think the ss model will hopefully look more stylish than the current look. So far the car is tempting with the technology...But I will assume its for the up market models? ss v? calais?..Just hope these computerised components don't break after 2 years.
    • gavstaah says,
      3 years ago
      1 like
      the front looks like a calais because the model in the pic is a calais..... glad they changed the taillights the ve ones looked putrid
  • Mr.Truth says,
    3 years ago
    1 like
    .......wait for it, Americans LUV saying it:

    " W O R L D C L A S S " biggrin
  • Justareader says,
    3 years ago
    I was trying to say, the vf wasn't worth the wait or hype. When they showed the car to audience..they barely clapped, only did they applaud only cos the spokesman asked for it. Where other live unvealings, audiences clap more enthusiastically. The look or new change is welcoming...but for an update from a ve which is about 7 yo and this is the best exterior design they can come up with.....
  • verdict says,
    3 years ago
    1 like
    like the look and the technology of the vf that I have already placed an order for SS ! The vf is above the rest !
    • Tony O'Kane says,
      3 years ago
      Verdict, we've seen the SS and we think you'll be very happy with your choice smile

      -Tony O'Kane
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