Features: Commodore Omega
Standard features for the Commodore Omega included a six speaker sound system with CD player, MP3-compatibility and auxiliary inputs, a four-way power adjustable driver's seat, cruise control, multifunction steering wheel controls, automatic headlights, remote central locking, power windows and mirrors, height and reach adjustable steering wheel, a 12 volt power outlet, trip computer and immobiliser.
From March 2008 ('MY09'), standard features were improved with the addition of air conditioning, 16-inch alloy wheels, body colour wing mirrors and door handles, and a chrome grille insert. From November 2008 ('MY09.5'), white instrument cluster illumination was made standard across the range.
Features: Commodore SV6 and SS
Compared to the Omega, the Commodore SV6 added 18-inch alloy wheels with sports suspension, a seven speaker sound system, air conditioning, Bluetooth connectivity, front fog lights and a leather-wrapped steering wheel.
The Commodore SS was further equipped with a limited slip differential and six-stack CD player, while the range-topping SS V was differentiated by its 19-inch alloy wheels, eleven speaker sound system, dual zone climate control air conditioning, leather seats, projector headlights, alloy-faced pedals and leather-wrapped gearshift.
March 2009: VE Commodore update
In March 2009, the VE.I Commodore's space-saving spare tyre was discontinued and replaced with – at the buyer's choice – either a tyre inflator kit or full-size spare wheel. The dark grey horizontal dashboard strip and steering wheel spokes used on the SV6, SS and SS V were also replaced with a matte silver finish.
2006 VE Commodore V-Series
In August 2006, a limited-run V-Series variant was released; based on the Omega, the V-Series was distinguished by its 17-inch alloy wheels, air conditioning, rear spoiler and body-coloured mirrors and door handles.
2007 VE Commodore Lumina
In June 2007, a limited run Lumina was released; based on the Omega, the Lumina added air conditioning, 18-inch alloy wheels, Bluetooth connectivity and rear parking sensors. Visually, the Lumina could be identified by its unique front grille, Lumina badging and body-coloured door handles and mirrors.
2008 Commodore 60th Anniversary
In April 2008, a limited-run 60th Anniversary variant was released; based on the Omega, the 60th Anniversary variant added 18-inch alloy wheels, Onyx leather seat inserts, Bluetooth connectivity, rear parking sensors, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, front grille insert and rear badge. A 60th Anniversary-badged SS V was also released, featuring 20-inch 10-spoke alloy wheels, satellite navigation with colour screen, rear parking sensors, chrome door handles, a high mount rear spoiler, '60th Anniversary' floor mats and rear badge.
2009 VE Commodore SS V Special Edition
In October 2009, a Special Edition SS V was released; similarly equipped to the standard SS V, the Special Edition was visually differentiated by its twin-nostril front fascia, unique lower splitter, twin letter-box hood scoops, decklid spoiler and chrome headlights. The SS V Special Edition was available in Phantom Black, Red Hot and Voodoo Blue paint finishes.
2009 VE Commodore International
Released in November 2009, the International variant was based on the Omega but added 18-inch alloy wheels, a Berlina-style front grille, leather seat trim, Bluetooth connectivity, rear parking sensors and a leather-wrapped steering wheel.