Holden says the latest addition to the Commodore range scores $9500 of extra features, including a rear-view camera, twin-spoke18in alloy wheels and leather seat trim.
Holden director of marketing, Philip Brook, said he expected the latest Berlina model to be a showroom hit.
“The Berlina International models really build on the success of the Series II range by offering customers yet another smart looking vehicle packaged up with a long list of features,” Mr Brook said.
Now on sale, the special edition Berlina International is available for $36,990 (sedan) and $38,990 (Sportwagon) drive away.
Sales of the new Series II Commodore have started well, with the October figures almost 10 percent higher than the same month in 2009 (3787 vs 3455).
Year-to-date for the first 10 months of 2010, Commodore has bucked the trend, with sales rising 6.4 percent in a large car segment that has overall gone backwards by around one percent.