Holden to give away one VF Commodore via scavenger hunt

Holden will today (6 February) begin its online scavenger hunt that slowly reveals the new VF Commodore. The competition culminates on 10 February when the car is revealed in all its glory and the winner will drive away in a new VF Commodore.


The scavenger hunt contains 101 virtual pieces of the facelifted and heavily revised car; you can register and play via the buildthecommodore.com.au website.

The general look of the new Holden VF Commodore was revealed at the end of November last year when Chevrolet in the US revealed its NASCAR racer for 2013. That race car is “based” on the new Chevy SS sedan, which is essentially a left-hand drive performance version of our Holden VF Commodore. (The photo gallery above is of the Chevy SS NASCAR racer.)

According to reports the new Commodore adopts GM’s standard wiring system, allowing the VF to use the latest technology from GM’s worldwide pool. This apparently includes safety gear like blind-spot warning and forward collision detection, as well as the MyLink touchscreen entertainment and nav system that debuted in Australia in the Holden Barina CDX.

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Derek Fung

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