The new family car from Holden should never be labelled a Commodore. Are they serious? It’s front-wheel drive for goodness sake. The world’s gone mad, Paul. Your thoughts? Patrick Smith, email I think Holden wants it both ways and is heading for a significant fall. It wants to be new-age and prestige with “New Holden” models and also thinks traditional Commodore buyers will go for the badge and not the car when its new family-car contender comes to showrooms.