Holden Commodore is a medium to large sedan and was first produced in 1978.
Today’s version of the Holden Commodore comes with two gasoline engines, one that has a displacement of 2.0-liter developing 260 hp, the other with 3.6-liter of displacement with 320 hp, and one diesel engine of 2.0-liter developing 170 hp and a consumption of 42 mpg (5.6 L/100Km).
With the new software, Drive mode control continuously analyses the information through the sensors, optimizing the systems for the best traction and road position.
Inside, we find a cockpit defined by clean lines and modern surfaces with soft-feel materials, which creates a style of elegance and beauty. The Holden Commodore comes with a frameless touchscreen of the infotainment system. Although many functions are controlled through the touchscreen, the driver can make quick operations through the three clusters of buttons.
As for the exterior, the lower grille, the side window graphics with an upper chrome strip and the coupe-like roofline, make the car look slicker and more aerodynamic with a drag coefficient of 0.26. The center high-mounted LED stop lamp is now integrated into the roofline.
Furthermore, the brake dive can be reduced via the Sport button, a newly available feature, through which the driver can save personal preferences for the steering characteristics, and the throttle response time.