Holden has revealed the 2010 Commodore, a model identical to the 2009 model. Holden Commodore will wear the acronym SIDI on its flanks (Spark Ignition Direct Injection). The SIDI-equipped engine will power Omega and Berlina sedans, and they are also slated to get a long awaited six-speed transmission to replace their four-speed units. Calais and SV6 trim levels, on the other hand, will get the 3.6-liter SIDI engine that pumps out out 210 kW (281 hp) and 350 Nm (258 lb-ft).
2010 Holden Commodore Sales will begin in September.