Holden has revealed its their 2014 Holden VF Commodore Ute and reported that all three Commodore segment, include: sedan, Sportwagon and Ute will go on sale at middle 2013. Holden VF Commodore Ute reported for finished test driven on 1.4 million kilometers of local and overseas validation testing before the first VF Commodore reaches Holden showrooms. This includes 350,000 kilometers of customer verification testing of early production models by Holden employees across the business over the coming months.
Holden Chief Engineer Brett Vivian said customer experiences of Holden and competitor products were front loaded into VF program planning from the very beginning. “Our aim with VF was to challenge people’s perceptions about our cars and get them excited about large cars again,” he said. “The insights we’ve gained from customer feedback have played a critical role in shaping the VF program, resulting in a fantastic-looking car that is the most refined Commodore we’ve ever engineered. “It’s also packed full of features and technology that take the driving experience to new levels. “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.”
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