2017 Geneva Motor Show – 2017 Opel Insignia
Feel free to order your very own 2017 Opel Insignia, although some of you might feel a bit estranged after the PSA Group acquired the car manufacturer. The second generation Insignia will be available in both sedan and wagon versions, looking better and offering more interior space than before. – let’s not talk liters, simply because your average driver or traveler will not be scanning the trunk like a Terminator. Standard models will feature FWD, but extra cash will get you an all-wheel version with torque vectoring. There are plenty of engines to choose from, with the 2.0 turbo unit with 256 hp connected to a new eight-speed automatic transmission standing on top of the list.
The fresh Opel Insignia will be the starting point for other vehicles, such as the next-generation Holden Commodore. This vehicle will be packing a 3.6-liter V6 good for about 308 hp – the nine-speed automatic gearbox and all-wheel drive might not sound as fun, though. I’m thinking a RWD with a manual would prove to be successful, although not that safe for the inexperienced driver. Buick will sell the 2018 Regal, althoughI”m not going to speculate on that. It’s well worth mentioning that the new French owner promises not to interfere with the brand’s development process, so there is hope of enjoying your favorite Opel as before.