Sacrilege. Yes, the 2018 Holden Commodore uses an all-wheel drive system for the flagship version. But it seems that the nameplate still be able to oversteer. European cousin Holden, Opel, released a video of his new Insignia Grand Sport 4×4 essentially a replacement SV6 Comodoro Down Under able to oversteer power with handling and all-wheel drive design that largely mirrors Ford Focus RS.
Exterior and Interior
Locally, Holden sent two test vehicles to settle the trip and locally manage an item that is very important for vehicle development. You can read more about it in our 2018 Holden Commodore review. One vehicle is a rear flap of the elevator, while the other is a rear elevation simulating a station wagon. It uses two sets of weights (10 kg 70kg and rear window in well parts), strategically positioned at the rear to simulate the extra weight of a truck.
Inside the 2018 Holden Commodore cabin, Holden and Opel went to the city on technology. Although there are elements we cannot yet talk about, it can be mentioned that the car will feature an infotainment 8.0 inch touch screen from Apple and Android automatic carplay (not confirmed if it is implemented wirelessly), the next generation heads-up and a central LCD screen tachometer cockpit. There is also a complete set of internal LED lighting.
While Europe marks the turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder, as shown in the video, Australia will continue with a 3.6L V6 with natural aspiration, now with 230kW / 370nm, up to 20 kW / 20Nm in the current model built-in Australia. In addition, it marks automatic nine-speed series, three speeds forward VF Series II bearing on local production on 20 October. It was also revealed that the Insignia 4×4 Grand Sport weighs 1649 kg. If the new 2018 Holden Commodore V6 AWD match that appears, will be left with a SV6 series V6 II 39 kg. Since the model can do 0-100 km / h in about 6.5 seconds, it expects more powerful, lighter, better traction and new model COG added to less than six years old duck.
Release and Price
Holden, with a handful of Australian automotive media, penetrate deep into the company’s design center to delineate the 2018 Holden Commodore, coming locally in February 2018. 2018 Holden Commodore now sells excellent driving dynamics for $ 38,990 the road with the option of a manual or automatic transmission.