Instead of bringing all members of the new Commodore VF family out in the open at once, Holden has chosen to release the separate models in stages.
GM's Australian subsidiary began with the regular sedan and the more luxurious Calais, which were followed by the SS V and its American counterpart, the 2014 Chevrolet SS, and now, we have the Sportwagon and Ute models.
Both the station wagon and the pickup truck version of the Commodore VF series benefit from the same exterior re-skin and a new interior, with all body styles sharing their V6 and V8 engines, though, Holden has yet to release any details about the performance specs.
The Commodore SportWagon pictured here is the more premium Calais variant, while the Ute is the SS V model, likely sporting the Chevy SS's 415hp 6.2-liter LS3 V8.
Holden confirmed that all three Commodore body styles – sedan, Sportwagon and Ute – will go on sale at the same time.
Will we see any of the other body styles making it to North America? According to former Holden boss and now GM North America chief Mark Reuss, there's a possibility that one of the two body styles presented today could join the Chevrolet SS.
“It’s a little bit late for Ute,” Reuss told Australia's Drive. “[But] some people think it would really a really cool thing to do. It’s not too late for the wagon,” he added, leaving the door open for a SS Sportwagon model.