Opel is working on a new generation of its Insignia mid-size sedan, a version of which will eventually make it into Buick showrooms as the 2018 Regal and into Holden showrooms as the 2018 Commodore. The outgoing Insignia is already a competent handler, particularly in OPC trim, but Opel engineers are hard at work fine-tuning the chassis of the...
The next-generation Holden Commodore Sportwagon has been spied again on public roads in Germany. The car seen here is the second-generation Opel Insignia wagon, which will be sold down under as the next-generation Holden Commodore when local production of the VF II range ceases towards the end of 2017. Although it seems as though this […]
A Buick Regal wagon that looks this good is a must. Continue reading Spy photos of the upcoming Buick Regal wagon, via the Opel Insignia Spy photos of the upcoming Buick Regal wagon, via the Opel Insignia originally appeared on Autoblog on Fri, 11 Nov 2016 10:02:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink | Email this | Comments
The Opel Insignia will be redesigned in 2017, with the new model to also serve as a replacement for the existing Buick Regal and Holden Commodore in General Motors Company’s [NYSE:GM] global fleet. Opel on Tuesday gave a glimpse at the headlight design of the new car and confirmed it will feature matrix LED technology. Opel debuted its...
The new Opel Insignia, and in all likelihood the Holden Commodore too, will feature a second-generation version of GM’s IntelliLux matrix LED headlights. While the first-generation unit, which is available in the new Holden Astra, features 16 LED segments all up, the new version will have 32 LED segments, with 16 on each side. This […]
On Wednesday we received confirmation that the next-generation Opel Insignia will be sold in the Australian and New Zealand markets as a Holden Commodore. A version of the car will also be sold as a Regal in markets where Buick operates. (It’s no surprise since the current Regal is twinned with the current Insignia.) Opel has since confirmed...
It won't be rear wheel drive, but Holden says it's trying to make sure this German Commodore lives up to its namesake. Continue reading Next Holden Commodore will be based on the Opel Insignia Next Holden Commodore will be based on the Opel Insignia originally appeared on Autoblog on Wed, 26 Oct 2016 15:21:00 EDT. Show More Summary
Though it was hardly a secret, General Motors Company [NYSE:GM] on Wednesday confirmed that the next-generation Opel Insignia will serve as a Holden Commodore in the Australian and New Zealand markets. Its arrival will mark the end of four decades of Australian production of the Commodore. The final Australian Commodore, the VF, sold in the United...
The European market’s performance-tuned 2017 Opel Insignia OPC will be powered exclusively by an all-wheel-drive four-cylinder turbo-petrol setup, dropping the current turbocharged V6 arrangement, according to an Opel engineer. Here in...Show More Summary
httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j6Ux7Y8Vwvk Don’t worry, you don’t need to get your eyes checked. You read it right, we’ve just driven the 2018 Holden Commodore, in prototype form – and it’s a cracker. The next-generation Commodore will be based entirely on the Opel Insignia. In fact, it won’t receive any panel or body changes, aside from Holden badges. But, […]
httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZI1SCBYsmtI Today we were able to confirm, as had been expected, that the 2018 Holden Commodore will indeed be based on the next-generation Opel Insignia due to launch in mid-2017. While it’s a special car for Australia because it will replace the Commodore we know and love, it’s also special because of the type of camouflage used […]
Holden has finally revealed the full details behind the next generation 2018 Holden Commodore, which is set to be based on the new Opel Insignia. While the car and final design is still over a year away, we have an image gallery of the new car undergoing testing at Holden’s top secret Lang Lang proving […]
Introduced in 2008 as a replacement for the Vectra, the Insignia is Opel’s range-topping sedan and is sold in North America and China as the Buick Regal. Built on the same Epsilon II platform as the Chevrolet Malibu, the Insignia also spawned a wagon version, as well as a crossover-like model with higher ground clearance and plastic cladding. Show More Summary
We really want GM to bring it here. Continue reading Opel Insignia wagon would make a mighty fine Buick Regal Opel Insignia wagon would make a mighty fine Buick Regal originally appeared on Autoblog on Mon, 17 Oct 2016 13:10:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink | Email this | Comments
The car expected to morph into the next-generation Holden Commodore Sportwagon has been spied undergoing final testing in Europe, ahead of a likely Australian launch in early 2018. This successor to the Opel Insignia Sports Tourer — the Insignia will almost certainly form the basis of the next, fully imported Commodore in all its body […]
Opel engineers have been spotted testing the company’s next-generation Insignia sedan. There’s a lot riding on this car as it will serve as the next Buick Regal here in the United States as well as the next Holden Commodore in Australia and New Zealand. Our latest spy shots are the most revealing yet. BMW’s M4 will spawn a race...
The next-generation Opel Insignia, which is widely believed to be sold down under as the new Holden Commodore, has been spied testing again on the streets of Europe. Unlike earlier prototypes, this vehicle has shed most of its false body panels, although there’s still a few small pieces hiding the fog light treatment in the […]
Australia’s current Holden Commodore is now in its penultimate year of production, with an all-new, imported version twinned with the next Opel Insignia/Buick Regal due to replace it in 2018. In the meantime, Holden is spicing up the Commodore with Black Edition trim designed to up the style of the car. The Black Edition trim is available on...
The interior and exterior of the next-generation Opel Insignia has been snapped by our spy photography team during testing at the Nurburgring Nordschleife. It’s widely expected that the new Insignia will be sold in Australia from 2018 as the new Holden Commodore. This new Commodore will be the first to be imported, as Holden’s local […]
We check out the Regal's long-roof sibling.