Holden’s Next Generation Commodore Revealed
Hot off the press, Holden has today revealed a first look at the 2018 Holden Commodore ahead of it’s release in early 2018. The most advanced Commodore ever includes a stellar line-up of technological features including adaptive suspension, 360-degree camera, massage seats (yes, you read that right) and a nine-speed transmission.
So, what does all this mean? Holden’s promising us that this Commodore will make a safer, easier and more seamless drive than ever before. In the words of Holden’s Engineering Group Manager for Vehicle Development, Jeremy Tassone:
“From it’s cutting-edge all-wheel drive system, to nine-speed transmission and adaptive suspension, this is a true driver’s car in the way Commodore has always been. We’re taking the best of Europe and making it even better for our Australian customers.”
The next-generation Commodore has been designed in Germany with input from GM Holden’s team and combines technologies normally only found in high-end prestige vehicles, packaged up in a sleek exterior for everyday Australians.
Key driver assistance highlights:
- Autonomous Emergency Braking
- Adaptive Cruise Control
- Speed Limit Cruise Control
- Lane Departure Warning
- Lane Keep Assist
- Forward Collision Alert
- Side Blind-Zone Traffic Alert
- Rear Cross-Traffic Alert
Comfort and convenience highlights:
- Massage Seats
- Rear One-Touch Folding Seats
- Heated Front and Rear Seats
- Ventilated Front Seats
- Active Noise Cancellation
But what does it look like? We’ve heard our friends at Holden rave about the design of the next-gen Commodore and we have to agree, it’s a beauty. Check out the first look pictures below:
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