The Australian-based Holden carmaker has recently announced the introduction of the all-new 2016 Black Edition on the hot continent, the model being based on the VFII.
The Black Edition model comes with the same dark-themed also seen on other Holden models, this limited edition also wearing the special sporty features from the SV6 and SS versions.
The exterior is standing out from the crowd with the black front grille, side mirror caps, black spoiler, the “Black Edition” insignias, all complemented by the 18-inch grey alloy wheels with black inner sections.
Peter Keley, Executive Director of Sales at Holden, speaks about the Black Edition`s exterior: “Black exterior design features have proved popular with customers looking to give their vehicle a stronger road presence and unique styling. 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 our top-of-the-range vehicles.”
Inside, the cabin has also received some slight updates, like Black Edition floor mats up front, red stitching for the seats, along with the latest high-tech tweaks, like head-up display, satellite navigation, and a few more.
There are no fresh details concerning the powertrain options under the hood, but we should be able to find out more in the upcoming period. In terms of pricing, the Holden Black Commodore Black Edition is $1,000 more expensive than the regular VFII SV6 and SS models.