Holden recently revealed its refreshed 2016 Captiva, which has ditched the “Captiva 5” and “Captiva 7” designations for one coherent Captiva. Though, have no fear, it will still be offered with seating for both five and seven passengers.
The 2016 Holden Captiva made its official public debut in front of a group of die-hard Star Wars fans at the Sydney Opera House, where Harrison Ford was on hand to host a Q&A session. Meanwhile, the 2016 Captiva showed off its state-of-the-art hologram technology, developed by the creators of Star Wars’ newest recruit, BB-8.
Holden fans had a chance to win customized “My BB8” license plates, simply by taking a photo with the latest Captiva, and uploading it to social media with the hashtag #CaptivaMission.
Fans were also treated to an extended trailer of Star Wars: The Force Awakens at the event, before the film opens on December 17 in Australia. The latest stunt was part of Holden’s exercising of the exclusive rights it holds with Star Wars and The Walt Disney Company Australia.