The facelifted 2012 Holden Commodore will come with subtle exterior revisions, as well as two new colours. New Redline editions will also come standard with FE3 sports suspension.
The 2012 Holden Commodore will feature some styling tweaks and revisions over the current MY11 Commodore. On the outside the new Holden Commodore Omega will get 16-inch alloy wheels as standard while the front end will feature chrome trimming highlights. The Berlina model adds chrome trimming to the foglight surrounds while inside will feature silver stitching when optioned up with the leather pack.
The new Holden Calais will receive no change, however, the Calais V-Series will now feature a lip spoiler mounted on the boot lid. Other visual changes for the new model include a chrome-trimmed front air dam section for the SV6 and SS variants, while the SS V-Series will get red stitching when ordered with the Redhot interior trim option. Redline versions, in sedan, wagon and ute forms, will all come with FE3 sports suspension.
Two new colours will be added to the options list for the new model: Perfect Blue and Chlorophyll teal green. Both new colours will be available across the range.
The 2012 Holden Commodore goes into production today, ahead of its official on-sale date in the middle of this month.
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