The $37,290 RS Liftback marks the second rung in the all-new ZB Commodore line-up, sitting $3600 above the LT. 

Also available in the Sportwagon body for an extra $2200, the RS brings sports front seats, steering wheel and body kit, blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert and bigger 18-inch alloys, while the Sportwagon version gets a power tailgate. 

A 191kW/350Nm 2.0-litre turbocharged four-cylinder engine with a nine-speed torque converter auto is the default drivetrain, while the Liftback is also available in V6 AWD guise for an extra $3500.

From launch, Holden is offering drive-away pricing deals for the RS Liftback of $38,990 for the 2.0-litre and $42,490 for the V6, which includes all on-road costs.

RS Liftback official combined fuel consumption with the petrol engine is 7.6L/100km, while the Sportwagon sees this figure rise to 7.9L. The V6 version is rated at 8.9L/100km. The four-cylinder engine needs premium 95RON unleaded to do its best, while the V6 will happily swallow regular 91RON.