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Holden Commodore Black Edition revealed, as ZB celebrates birthday

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - It's been a year since the Holden ZB Commodore first burst onto the scene in an attempt to fill some of the biggest shoes in Australasian motoring. And now the new German-built lift-back has received its first — admittedly mild — visual change. It's called the Black Edition; a limited edition model that (you guessed it) sports plenty of black. Along with unique badging, the black edition wears gloss-black inserts on the primary grill, front side vents, and on the window surrounds — as opposed to the standard silver.

China’s Refreshed Buick LaCrosse Premieres With Striking Looks

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - The refreshed Buick LaCrosse for the Chinese market has been officially launched after a leak previewed the vehicle back in December. As the first images of the LaCrosse showed late last year, the sedan takes design inspiration from the smaller Regal, which is also sold as the Holden Commodore and the Opel/Vauxhall Insignia throughout Europe. Compared to Regal, however, the LaCrosse has an even more pointed front fascia with larger headlights, additional chrome trimmings, and a hood with sharp character lines.

Holden Commodore Is 40 Years Old Today

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - PORT MELBOURNE – The Holden Commodore, Holden’s longest running nameplate, turns 40 today. The VB Commodore was officially launched on October 26, 1978 and is currently in its fifth generation with the new ZB model.