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Few details are known at the moment, but for what little it has been able to know, Holden is preparing a great farewell to the series Commodore made in Australia with not one, but three special limited editions.These will benefit from an upgrade, and setup more sporty and radical, with elements of high-performance, although little is known of the numbers and specifications of these series of farewell
For what they have been able to find some means to australians, the brand has put in contact directly with some clients to offer these limited units, before even having done any kind of public statement.
These versions will receive the names Bathurst Edition, Director and Magnum, and are based on the family of models derived from the Commodore, current rear-wheel-drive, which in 2018 will be replaced by the new Commodore 2018, a derivative of the Opel Insignia european front-wheel drive or total.
Holden saying goodbye to manufacturing in Australia and the rear wheel drive in 2017.
The Bathurst Edition is a version of the SS-V Redline, with a rack configuration very radical, prepared and oriented to the circuit, which will be available in sedan body with manual or automatic exchange.
Under the name Director, a name used earlier by Holden, you will find a version more radical Calais V V8 automatic, which, like the other two special editions, will feature items that are shared with the Chevrolet SS, which is marketed in the united States.
finally, the SS-V Redline Ute, the wild version of the alternative Pick-Up Ute, you will also receive a special edition, the more radical called Magnum. The details of these three new limited editions special farewell are scarce, but will have many elements of high performance.
The Commodore and its derivatives disappear in 2017.
The australian brand is seeking a initial deposit of 2,000 australian dollars to the few customers who is offering one of these rare specimens, which have, as the deadline is 17:00 hours, time australian, Friday 25 November.