Holden's International badge is back, this time celebrating 35 years of the carmaker's most iconic badge: Commodore.
The new special comes as a bittersweet milestone for the Australian-made car however, as Holden considers the future of its local manufacturing operations.
Whatever the future may hold, the new VF Commodore is a frontrunner for TMR's 2013 Best Buy awards, and the International Edition builds on an already sweet package.
"The ‘International’ badge is fitting for the VF Commodore, which has received critical acclaim as a car that rivals the world’s best," Holden's Phil Brook said today.
“The VF range has been very well received and we’ve continued to look at how we can offer maximum value, so we’re delighted to be able to introduce an even more compelling package to large car buyers."
Priced at $36,990 for the sedan and $38,990 for the Sportwagon, the International gets leather accented seats, 18-inch alloy wheels, Blind Spot Alert and Reverse Traffic Alert.
There's also a leather steering wheel and gear shifter, LED daytime running lights, dark-backed headlights, a rear cargo blind for the wagon body, and - of course - International badging.
The Commodore International is powered by Holden's 3.0 litre V6 petrol engine.
Other VF standard kit includes six airbags, ECS/ABS/TCS, ISOFIX child seat points, trailer sway control, hill hold control and hill start assist.