An all-wheel drive, high-riding variant of the nextgen Holden Commodore has been confirmed for the 2018 line-up, to be called the Tourer. The new body style is the third confirmed for the Opel Insigniabased NG Commodore that will replace the current Aussie-built VFII next year. The Tourerís slippery road focus will see it use the same GKN Twinster AWD system that underpins V6 versions of the NG Commodore sedan. Like its siblings, the Tourer is a rebadged Opel product, built atop GMís E2XX architecture. Itíll use the same 230kW/370Nm 3.6-litre V6 as the AWD NG.