UPDATE: This article originally listed driveaway prices from launch, see bottom of article for details.
The Holden Commodore may be reaching the end of its life (as we know it), but that hasn’t stopped the Aussie brand from introducing a new special variant to the range: the Commodore Black.
The Commodore Black Edition adds exterior changes such as a black grille, mirror caps, lip spoiler, “Black Edition” badging and unique 18-inch alloy wheels.
Inside, the Commodore Black’s additional features include a colour head-up display (HUD), satellite navigation, contrast red stitching on the seats and unique “Black Edition” carpet floor mats at the front.
Holden’s executive director of sales, Peter Keley, said: “With Commodore Black, we’ve chosen to combine the style of those black design features with the substance of advanced technology, usually only reserved for top of the line vehicles”.
“Black exterior design features have proved popular with customers looking to give their vehicle a stronger road presence and unique styling.”
“[The] Commodore Black offers an impressive amount of additional content, headed by satellite navigation and the driver-focused, colour head-up display, providing customers with a compelling package and outstanding value,” he added.
Customers wanting to add to the Black Edition’s visual appeal can option a set of 20-inch black “Baretta” alloy wheels for $1000, however, this is available on the sedan and ute only.
Commodore Black additional features (over SV6/SS):
*The Commodore Black is not available with optional leather seats
Update: The article originally listed driveaway pricing for sedan and ute SV6 Black Editions for the mid-April launch, however launch price for all Commodore Blacks will be $1000 above RRP for the SV6 and SS.