The Tour Down Under, Australia’s largest cycling event, will have something with four wheels to gawk over through the seas of cyclists. Holden and cycling website CyclingTips have teamed up to create a support vehicle based on the 2016 Holden VF Commodore Series II Sportwagon.
The 2016 Commodore Sportwagon sports the 6.2-liter LS3 V8 engine, and is complemented by cycle racks and interior space with the practicality to carry multiple bicycles and support gear.
The design of the 2016 Commodore Sportwagon has been crafted by the Holden Design Studio with help from CycleTips itself.
“As well as the basic design, we added a twist by creating a mosaic of over 1000 user generated Instagram images from CyclingTips’ hashtag #wymtm (What You Missed This Morning), giving followers the chance to look out for themselves on the car at the Tour,” said Lead Designer, Warrack Leach.
While the design itself is one-off, the accessories and cycle gear seen on the cycling support Commodore Sportwagon is available at Holden dealers across Australia.