Holden has finally revealed the full details behind the next generation 2018 Holden Commodore, which is set to be based on the new Opel Insignia.
While the car and final design is still over a year away, we have an image gallery of the new car undergoing testing at Holden's top secret Lang Lang proving ground.
You can get more details about the 2018 Holden Commodore, along with our first drive review at the links below. In the mean time, here's a summary of the new vehicle:
- 2018 Holden Commodore to share platform and components with Opel Insignia and to sit on E2XX architecture
- 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbocharged petrol and diesel front-wheel drive engines for bulk of range
- 230kW, 370Nm all-wheel drive 3.6-litre V6 to power top sports model (SS Commodore replacement), mated to 9-speed automatic transmission
- Two variants to launch locally — a Sportback (hatchback) and Sportwagon (station wagon), to be around 200-300kg lighter than Commodore
- All-wheel drive system to feature torque vectoring and twin-clutch rear differential and adaptive suspension, shared with Ford Focus RS
- Huge Australian engineering program, with Australian team involved in global buy off drives
- Our artist's impressions show what we expect the vehicles to look like in lift-back and station wagon trim
Click on the Photos tab to see the full 2018 Holden Commodore/Opel Insignia gallery.
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