Holden has pulled the wraps from its facelifted VF Ute and Sportwagon, just days after unveiling the overhauled sedan models.
Shown here in Calais V Sportwagon and Commodore SSV Ute form, the front-end styling of both mirrors their sedan counterparts.
But, as expected, both cars come with a lighter exterior update than the sedans; the rear-end styling of the current models carrying over into the 2013 VF models.
UPDATE - MAY 2013: Pricing and photos for the new VF Commodore have been released. Click here.
Full details for the Sportwagon and Ute models are still to be revealed, but it is likely that both will feature the same mechanical upgrades and redesigned cabins of the sedan.
Both will likely also pick up the sedan's new lightweight bonnet, and although Holden has yet to say, the tailgates of both may also have been lightened.
“We’ve put VF through its paces around the globe – from Sweden to North America to the Middle East, but the most critical testing is the thousands of evaluation kilometres we cover on local roads in Australia.
“Whether sedan, Sportwagon or Ute, the new VF is a car we can all be very proud of – it’s a truly great drive," Holden Chief Engineer Brett Vivian said of the new cars.
Stay tuned to TMR for further details on both cars as they come to hand.
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