Chevrolet SS 2014 debuts as Holden Commodore SS V
General Motors’ Australian arm, Holden, has taken the wraps off their sporty new Commodore SS V model, after revealing the facelifted Commodore range earlier this week. The Commodore SS is expected to become the 2014 Chevrolet SS Sports Sedan model that is headed to the United States with a “bowtie” badge on the grille.
Not much has been revealed about the SS, other than the fact that it has sports suspension, 20-inch alloys, Brembo brakes, 8-inch touchscreen, leather and lots of LED lights. It will, of course, have a V8, mated to either a manual or automatic gearbox, and rear-wheel-drive.
More will be revealed when the actual Chevrolet SS model debuts next week. It is always possible that the SS could be offered in the GCC in the near future, but it remains to be seen. That would make it the only Chevrolet model to still come from Australia, after the Caprice gets replaced by the American front-wheel-drive Impala by the end of this year.