It looks like Holden replaced their current line of SS and SV6 models for a slightly better version. Holden has recently revealed its Commodore SS Storm and the Commodore SV6 Storm. It sound all too familiar but these new set of models is way cooler than its predecessors.
- The SV6 and SS models both now gain satellite-navigation as standard (previously a $750 option), while all Storm models gain revised dashboard styling with Storm embroidery and red stitching across the dash, doors and seats.
- The new models retain the same powertrains as the existing versions – the SV6 remains powered by a 3.6-litre V6 engine producing 210kW/350Nm available with a six-speed manual (sedan only) or six-speed automatic, while the SS model’s 6.0-litre V8 retains its 270kW/530Nm outputs in six-speed manual guise (sedan only), with the optional six-speed auto dropping to 260kW/517Nm. The Storm versions are only available for the petrol models, LPG versions are excluded.
- The Storm versions of the SV6 and SS sedan, Sportwagon and Ute are available now, and will be sold for the coming months.
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