General Motors Holden has launched the 2017 Commodore model, which marks its final year of being domestically manufactured in Australia.
The Holden Commodore has been built in Australia for the past 38 years, according to Wards Auto.
The 2017 Commodore features technology enhancements such as a head-up display and satellite navigation available on SV6 models.
The Commodore range has been simplified for 2017 with manual transmission reserved for V8 sports sedans and sport/utility models. The SS-V models and Calais Sportwagon are no longer available.