All models feature special exterior trim and unique badging/decals. The keys come in a commemorative presentation case and buyers will also receive a car cover and 1:18 Biante model of their purchase.
Those determined to treat their cars as collector items can even opt to have them delivered with the factory-applied protective plastic lining for the interior still in place.
Dipping into Holden’s past and reviving the Director name, the 360 unit Calais V-based special edition also features Magnetic Ride Control, engine and transmission oil coolers coolers, lightweight cross-drilled brakes with Brembo calipers, 20-inch split-forged alloy wheels and heated Performance seats.
Holden has confirmed October 20 as the final day of production for its Elizabeth manufacturing facility in Adelaide. The Lion brand will move to an import-only basis thereafter.
While not everyone will be impressed by the modest price increases, enthusiasts are already being encouraged to snap up MY17 models before their order is too late.