Holden has reportedly preparing a Commodore Black special edition in Australia for the SV6 and SS sedan, wagon and ute variant body styles which all receive extra goodies.
As the name implies, the special Commodore gets a series of black exterior accents such as the spoiler lip (sedan only), the grille, and the surrounds of the daytime running lights.
In additional features, the cars get Black edition badges and ride on bespoke 18-inch black alloys wheel featuring 2 tone finish. For an extra $1000, the sedan and ute variant body styles can be upgraded to a larger 20-inch Baretta alloy wheel set.
Exclusive design features include Black Edition front floor mats, contrast red stitching on seats and Black Edition exterior badging. All variants get a color head-up display and satellite navigation on top of the SV6 and SS’s standard list of equipment.
SV6 and SS Black Editions remain powered by the 3.6-litre V6 and 6.2-litre V8 respectively. The two come generously equipped with the 8 inch MyLink infotainment system, auto park assist, reverse traffic alert, and rear view camera. Holden mentions the Black edition will not be offered with leather upholstery, not even as an optional features.
As a refresher, local production of the Commodore will come to an end by late 2017, but the name will solider on for an import model cars which will have a front-wheel-drive layout. The car in question is going to be the next generation Opel Insignia set to be revealed this October at the Paris Motor Show.