The facelifted Opel Insignia wagon has been spied cold-weather testing in Europe, revealing more details of the mid-sized model’s first facelift since 2008. Following last month’s spy shots of the Opel Insignia sedan, which revealed the car’s new front and … Continue reading ? The post Opel Insignia wagon facelift spied appeared first on CarAdvice.
2013 OPEL INSIGNIA OPC REVIEW What’s hot: Big power, big torque, nice style. What’s not: Soft dynamics, automatic gearbox not up to the task. X-Factor: Inexpensive, comparatively, for a hi-po Euro performance saloon. Vehicle Style: Luxury...Show More Summary
Posted on 02.14.2013 13:00 by Simona Along with the other Insignia models: standard sedan and OPC version->standard sedan, we will also see a facelift applied to the Sports Tourer (station wagon). Our spy photographers caught the car testing again, but this time during extreme winter testing. Show More Summary
Opel's red-hot Astra OPC hatch is now on sale in Australia, launching alongside the larger Insignia OPC and the light Corsa OPC - the latter available from April. Entering above the Astra GTC, the OPC variant gets its own unique body...Show More Summary
Opel will launch its hot Insignia OPC (Opel Performance Centre) flagship this week, coinciding with the local arrival of the smaller Astra OPC, and ahead of the Corsa OPC’s April debut. Sporting two more cylinders than the rest of Australia’s...Show More Summary
The Opel Insignia OPC will take the top spot on the German brand’s performance tree when the $59,900 sedan goes on sale locally later this month. The Opel Insignia OPC sits above the Opel Corsa OPC and Opel Astra OPC … Continue reading ? The post Opel Insignia OPC: pricing and specifications appeared first on CarAdvice.
Opel’s hot Corsa OPC has now hit Australian shores, arriving at the same time as its Astra and Insignia OPC (Opel Performance Centre) siblings. The latest addition to Australia’s light hot hatch segment sees the bread and butter Corsa’s...Show More Summary
It’s a difficult car to approach, the Opel Insignia OPC. There’s been nothing before it, at least in this country, so this $60,000 fast four-door sedan is an unknown quantity. Opel Performance Centre (OPC), based in Russelsheim, Germany, is the … Continue reading ? The post 2013 Opel Insignia OPC Review appeared first on CarAdvice.
The Opel Insignia will come in for its first facelift since the mid-sized model range launched in 2008. Caught here during cold-weather testing, the Insignia testers have undisguised headlights, engineers obviously testing their performance. The new lights are more angular … Continue reading ? The post 2013 Opel Insignia facelift spied appeared first on CarAdvice.
Posted on 01.25.2013 11:00 by Simona It’s been a while since we brought you any details on the revised version of the Opel Insignia, but today the car has been caught testing again — this time during cold weather testing. When compared to the previous prototypes, the new one features its correct lights for the very first time. Show More Summary
2013 OPEL INSIGNIA REVIEW Vehicle Style: Medium wagon Price: $48,990 (plus on-roads) Fuel Economy claimed: 6.0 l/100km | tested: 7.4 l/100km OVERVIEW If you’re going to introduce a new brand into the packed Australian car market, it needs to stand out. Show More Summary
Opel has officially confirmed the Australian arrival of the Opel Insignia OPC and Opel Corsa OPC for 2013. Following CarAdvice’s exclusive story in October, the General Motors-owned brand has confirmed the Opel Performance Centre (OPC) variants of the Insignia medium … Continue reading ? The post Opel Insignia, Corsa OPC models confirmed for 2013 appeared first on CarAdvice.
Opel's incoming Astra OPC performer will be joined by the OPC-enhanced Corsa and Insignia, the trio set to launch here in March next year. Confirmed today, the three cars will enter at the flagship end of their respective model lines, marking the Australian debut of the OPC brand. Show More Summary
Opel is bleeding money and has to save at all costs. Opel hoped to share development of the next generation Insignia with PSA, but that was called off before it was even announced. According to German media reports, Opel engineers quickly developed a more cost effective solution: A head transplant. According to the reports, the main [...]
Opel's stable of performance-tuned offerings may soon include the new Adam city car, joining the OPC variants of the Corsa, Astra and Insignia. Website PistonHeads reports that the new Adam flagship, enhanced by the Opel Performance Centre sub-brand, would do battle with the likes of Fiat's Abarth-tuned 500 hot hatch. Show More Summary
Posted on 11.7.2012 14:00 by Simona Filed under: Vauxhall | sedan | UK | sports cars | Vauxhall Insignia | Cars | Car Reviews | Vauxhall Most of you are familiar with the awesome Opel Insignia OPC, or the Vauxhall Insignia VXR if you are from the British market. Show More Summary
The Opel Corsa OPC and Opel Insignia OPC models are set to expand the German brand’s performance line-up in Australia. General Motors’ sister brand to Holden debuted the Opel Astra OPC at last week’s 2012 Sydney motor show, confirming the … Continue reading ? The post Opel Corsa OPC, Opel Insignia OPC performance models set for Australia appeared first on CarAdvice.
Buick’s mid-size Sport Wagon looks set for a revival courtesy of the Opel Insignia Sports Tourer sold overseas. Yes, the planned update for the Buick Regal looks to be much more significant than just the minor facelift we were expecting. A prototype for the Regal with a station wagon body has been spotted by one of our spy photographers as...
GM is backing out of plans to share the Opel Insignia platform with its partner PSA, says Der Spiegel. It was planned that PSA will build a mid-sized Peugeot and Citroen with next gen Insignia underpinnings. The cars would have been made at Opel’s Rüsselsheim factory. Together with the Opel model, the cars would have [...]