Seeing as Australian publication Motoring has the spy shots time go around, we’ll discuss the 2018 Holden Commodore. The latest photos give us a great look at the car’s rear end, which will feature a liftback design, akin to the Audi A7. It’s also finally shed the hefty plastic cladding that has long distorted the car’s actual body lines.
We can certainly see a sloping roofline is present, but it remains to be seen how distinct styling will differ from its global counterparts.
The 2018 Holden Commodore will be the first-ever imported Commodore, and will be the first time a Commodore features front-wheel drive since the incarnation of the nameplate. An all-wheel drive, twin-turbo V6 variant is likely to replace void a V8-powered SS trim will leave.
The 2016 Paris Motor Show will provide Holden aficionados a first look at the inbound Commodore; the 2017 Opel Insignia will make its world debut in Paris in just a few short weeks.