Holden VE Commodore Wagon Revealed (Again) Ahead of Show

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A new image of Holden's Commodore VE station wagon has emerged from the digi-ether, ahead of the new car's debut at the Australian International Motor Show next week. It's the second shot of the new, Zeta-platformed wagon we've seen; the first was a cameraphone snap taken during a product presentation. This media-ready image shows what's likely a concept version of what Aussies can expect when they head to the forecourt next year, while they're shopping for something that can carry a case of wallaby and still have room for a few bags of lollies. The production model won't likely have those 20-inch wheels, though it will likely come in high-performance SS-V trim. That is, powered by a LS2 V8 producing 362 horsepower, with an optional six-speed manual. (Thanks to Roger for the tip.) [Drive]

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IF ANY OF YOU HAD THE CHOICE. WOULD YOU PREFER ZETA SEDANS, UTES AND WAGONS TO BE BADGED AS A AN AMERICAN BRAND (PONTIAC, GMC, BUICK ETC.) OR FOR THEM TO BE SOLD AS HOLDEN?