With a new 6.2L LS3 engine on V8 models, complete with BiModal exhaust and Mechanical Sound Enhancer, this powerful engine offers exceptional performance and towing capabilities churning out 304kW* of raw power and 570Nm* of torque.
SSV Redline in Heron White
It is there in full measure; the beautifully executed, powerful rear drive proportion.
The classic long dash-to-axle sweep in silhouette. The purposeful, athletic stance.
All are the culmination of the countless hours of testing every detail carefully to
fine tune the balance of aesthetics and aerodynamic advantage.
Every element of the Commodore VFII's interior works in complete harmony; defined by soft-feel
layered materials, tailored finishes, refined quiet zone acoustics and enveloping comfort and
spaciousness. It's evident throughout, in the tactile steering wheel design and precision
stitching on the seats, doors and instrument panel.
The SSV is incredibly easy to drive; it feels light and nimble, which to me was quite the surprise. The steering it sharp and the car felt responsive and solid on the road.
I'm not sure which is better - the car's performance potential, or the noise it is capable of producing.
Belting up to the top of the hill, the LS3 sounds magnificent, noise echoing off the surrounding hills, and it feels even better.