6.0-liter V8-powered Caprice V will make its way stateside as the Chevy Caprice Police Patrol Vehicle.
Holden has followed up the reveal of its refreshed Commodore by introducing an updated version of the Caprice sedan. Ostensibly a long-wheelbase variant of its mainstream model, the Caprice has received a completely redesigned interior, and minimal exterior changes in the form of new 18- and 19-inch alloys and chrome trim. The 3.6-liter V6-powered base Caprice and 6.0-liter V8-powered Caprice V make up the range, and both come with leather front seats and an eight-inch color touchscreen with MyLink and Siri Eyes Free integration.
Other new in-car tech includes satnav with live traffic updates, Auto Park Assist, a rear view camera, remote vehicle start and push-button ignition. The Caprice V adds a remote-controlled rear-seat entertainment system, color head-up display, leather front and rear bucket seats, quad exhaust tips, a leather-wrapped sports steering wheel, electric sunroof, and a Bose nine-speaker sound system. As with the previous model, Holden plans to send a few thousand units of the V8-powered Caprice to the US as a Police Patrol Vehicle.