The Tourer is the off-road flavoured version of the all-new ZB Commodore line-up, with a little extra ground clearance (overall height increase: 42mm) and an unpainted plastic bodykit to help protect it on dirt roads.

The Tourer is available in two trim levels, comprised of the $45,990 Calais Tourer and the $53,990 Calais-V Tourer. From launch, Holden is offering a drive-away pricing deal for the Calais Tourer of $47,990, which includes all on-road costs.

The Calais Tourer sits closer to the LT on features, but adds leather trim, front seat heaters, 8.0-inch multimedia screen with built-in GPS navigation system and DAB+ digital radio, wireless phone charging  blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert  and 18-inch alloys.

The Calais-V Tourer adds a Bose premium sound system, ventilated front seats, a massage function and powered side bolsters for the driver’s seat, heated rear seats, a sports steering wheel with paddle shifters, 360 degree cameras, colour head-up display, adaptive LED headlights, a panoramic glass roof and 20-inch alloys.

The Tourer is only available with the 235kW/381Nm V6 petrol engine, which also brings the clever Twinster all-wheel drivetrain. Like all petrol ZB Commodores, the Tourer is paired with a nine-speed torque converter auto. The official combined fuel consumption figure for both variants is 9.1L/100km.