A few eagle-eyed Australian residents caught a left-hand-drive Holden Commodore VF driving in the state of Victoria. This particular image was scored by Ben Williams, who said that the Zeta-based prototype Commodore was part of a pack that included “a full-sized Dodge”, which we can only assume to be the Charger.
A refreshed Commodore VF will be exported to North America, with what will likely be several changes, as the upcoming Chevrolet SS Performance Sedan — marking the return of a rear-wheel drive Chevy-badged sedan in 17 years. Other than that, we still have no information on pricing, exact production plans, or specifications.
On a somewhat related note, others have also caught a Holden Colorado 7 (Chevy TrailBlazer) and an Opel Astra GTC canvassing the streets of the land down under. The Colorado 7 is due to launch very shortly and fill a long-standing gap in Holden’s SUV lineup while the Astra coincides with Opel’s Australian renaissance.
The GM Authority Take
Seems like the Chevy SS is getting ready to grab Dodge’s Charger by the horns.