Joey Tribbiani, well, the person who played him on the popular sitcom Friends, has been confirmed as one of the new hosts of Top Gear. We are, of course, talking about 48-year-old actor Matt LeBlanc who is set to appear alongside British presenter Chris Evans when the new season of Top Gear starts this May. The DB9 GT is the pinnacle of Aston...
It would be easy to underestimate the importance of the upcoming Opel Insignia, especially if you take one look at the Opel name and that this will be a car only for Europe. But in fact, the Insignia will be sold with a Vauxhall badge in the U.K., a Holden badge in Australia, and will come to the U.S. Show More Summary
The next-generation Opel Insignia, which is likely to show up in Australia as the next Holden Commodore, has been spotted during cold weather testing near the Arctic Circle. The prototype seen here is wearing the same amount of camouflage and disguise as the vehicle that was spotted back in August 2015. That said, its appearance […]
The first imported Holden Commodore may still be more than two years away, but new details of the car it’s set to be based on – the all-new Opel Insignia – have provided us with fresh clues about the local brand’s future large car. Any fears that the new model wouldn’t be a proper large […]
A prototype for Opel’s next-generation Insignia has been spotted again. There’s a lot of interest in this new model as it’s likely to form the basis of the next-generation Buick Regal. It’s certainly growing in size, but it should be lighter than the model it’s set to replace due to its new E2XX platform...
The skinny: A medium sedan sophisticate made to go fast. While there are lesser Opel Insignia models available in its native Germany, Holden has chosen to offer only the flagship VXR model here. The $51,990 Holden Insignia VXR is designed...Show More Summary
Forget the false start when it was last here with an Opel badge, the 2015 Holden Insignia VXR is a genuine view of Holden’s performance plans once the Commodore takes its final curtain call. Importantly, the Insignia could now very well be here to stay. On appearances alone, the Insignia VXR looks the performance sedan part. It […]
Opel engineers are out testing a prototype for the next-generation Insignia sedan. Though destined to compete in the mid-size sedan segment, the new Insignia looks to be growing in size, so much so that it may rival some larger models. It also looks like the design team has adopted a sloping roof akin to the one on the Audi A7. The Insignia is a...
Our spy photographers recently spotted Opel testing an interesting four-door coupe prototype, which is rumored to be the next-gen Opel Insignia. Despite the heavy camouflage, the coupe-like roofline is obvious, and its hindquarters have a shape that is similar to that of the 2015 - 2016 Audi A7. Show More Summary
The next Opel Insignia will draw its styling from 2013's Monza Concept Car, offering a sleeker, five-door form factor. Continue reading Next Opel Insignia to adopt sleeker looks Next Opel Insignia to adopt sleeker looks originally appeared on Autoblog on Fri, 21 Aug 2015 15:30:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink | Email this | Comments
Here are the first spy images of the 2017 Open Insignia, a car tipped by many to be the basis for the forthcoming, first fully-imported Holden Commodore. The new Opel Insignia, which our spy photographers predict will premiere in September 2017 at the Frankfurt motor show but which could easily appear as early as 2016, […]
Recent sales growth in the EU hasn’t been kind to Opel as the group is forced to reduce hours at two German plants. According to Automotive News, Opel will cut production of the Adam and Corsa at Eisenach and Insignia and Zafira Tourer at Ruesselsheim. Show More Summary
The Holden Insignia VXR may look familiar, and that’s because it is. It was last here in 2012/13 wearing an Opel badge during a short-lived stint for the European brand. Fast forward to today and the 2015 Holden Insignia VXR launches in Australia with the benefit of a facelift (which occurred for the Opel Insignia […]
There's a new Holden sports sedan in town, but this time there's nary an "SS" badge in sight. Arriving in dealerships next month, the "new" Holden Insignia VXR is the reincarnation of the Opel Insignia OPC that was on sale here in 2013 and 2014, except with a whopping $8000 lopped off the price tag, and some new active safety gear. Show More Summary
You might be thinking that in a fit of absent-mindedness, I’ve mistakenly put a photo of a Opel Insignia or Buick Regal as the main image – and technically, you’re right. But the car above, though it’s difficult to see, is actually wearing a Holden badge. Show More Summary
Following on from Holden’s announcement in May 2014 that the Opel Cascada, the Opel Astra GTC three-door, Opel Astra OPC hot-hatch and Opel Insignia OPC would find their way into Australia in 2015, CarAdvice has spotted a Holden badge wearing Opel Cascada in Melbourne. Holden’s Cascada will be the first convertible to grace the Holden lineup [...]
The replacement for the Holden Commodore – whether it retains its name or not – will not simply be a rebadged version of the next-generation Opel Insignia. Holden designers and engineers are now confirmed to be deeply involved in the project, which still has around three years of development time remaining, with mules confirmed to [...]
The Holden Insignia VXR may seem like just another former Opel model being reintroduced to bolster the Lion badge’s showroom line-up, but it’s far more significant than that. Opel’s next Insignia is set to replace the Commodore from 2018 – in form and possibly name, too. Holden is still working out whether to stick with or twist [...]
The car that is favourite to replace the Holden Commodore in 2017 will be a visually stunning vehicle, says one of its key designers. Opel’s next-generation Insignia medium car is due in 2016, almost perfectly timed to step in for the current model that will stop being produced when Holden shuts its manufacturing plants in [...]
The boss of Holden’s New Zealand arm may have delivered a key hint on the car Holden will import as a replacement for its large Commodore from 2017. Speaking with The New Zealand Herald at this week’s launch of the updated Trax range, Holden NZ boss Jeff Murray confirmed the new model will be “a Commodore-sized vehicle”. Show More Summary