Manufacturers are clamouring to create SUVs in every conceivable shape and size at the moment, but that doesn't mean wagons can't thrive too. The Buick Regal TourX, developed as the Opel Insignia Country Tourer, mixes the perks of high-riding...Show More Summary
Last night we were treated with the reveal of the 2018 Buick Regal TourX, a wagon—yes, a new Buick wagon!—with all-wheel drive, a raised ride height, and underbody protection. It’s not unique to Buick, however, as General Motors will sell the vehicle in Europe as the Opel Insignia Country Tourer (Vauxhall Insignia Country Tourer...
The Opel Insignia Grand Sport -- the car that will soon be coming to Australian shores badged as the Holden Commodore -- has been launched in Europe. Early reception of its driving dynamics is good, and that's a positive start for a vehicle that will have to be spectacular to impress the stalwarts that know the Commodore as a rear-drive, tyre-shredding V8 monster. More »
The 2018 Holden Commodore has this week gone on sale in Europe as the new Opel Insignia, with the local arm of General Motors releasing new details of the upcoming family car – including the target 0-100km/h time for the front-wheel-drive 2.0-litre turbo model. As previously reported, the new Commodore will be available locally with a 2.0-litre turbocharged four-cylinder […]
he days of the entry-level holden commodore evoke may be numbered with news opel thinks the latest insignia range will attract buyers from mercedes-benz and bmw. while holden has only announced some of the details for the all-new commodore...Show More Summary
Opel’s Insignia mid-sizer has just been redesigned. So far we’ve only seen the Grand Sport fastback sedan and Sports Tourer wagon. Also in the pipeline is a Country Tourer soft-roader, which has just been spied in prototype form. The Insignia Country Tourer is a rival to the Subaru Outback and more upscale Audi A4 Allroad and Volvo V60...
The Tour X will presumably match the Opel Insignia Sports Tourer available in Europe.
Buick’s next Regal for the United States will reportedly adopt the fastback sedan body style of the Opel Insignia Grand Sport that debuted last week at the 2017 Geneva auto show. A Regal with a conventional notchback sedan body style is also in the works, but this will reportedly be sold in China only. (The difference between the two body...
General Motors has plans to swap the American spec Buick Regal sedan with the brand’s first wagon in ages. The replacement Regals are anticipated to be rebadged Opel Insignia Grand Sport hatchbacks and Sports Tourer wagons, both of which were on display at the 87th Geneva International Motor Show this month. Show More Summary
Opel says Holden’s involvement in the Insignia has been integral to the project since day one, with both design and engineering input from Australia shaping the next-generation Commodore from as far back as 2012. The Insignia, which will become the new 2018 Holden Commodore, has been engineered and designed by Opel in Europe, but the team in Australia […]
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The next-generation Opel Insignia Country Tourer, the soft-roading version of the car we’ll know as the Holden Commodore, has been spied undergoing testing in Europe. This prototype wears a light camouflage up front, hiding potential changes to the front bumper. Opel hasn’t made any attempt to hide the Country Tourer’s raised suspension, wheel arch protectors, […]
The all-new 2018 Holden Commodore, a localised version of the new Opel Insignia revealed for Europe late last year, has been spied in Australia this week. Caught by CarAdvice reader Matthew, who could snap only one shot before traffic intervened, this prototype is likely in the country for evaluation and ride tuning before the new […]
If genuine, the photos appear to confirm that the redesigned Regal will not stray from the latest Opel Insignia.
Could Opel's newest wagon preview a Buick?
Just a week after BMW unveiled a new 5 Series Touring, Opel has turned the Insignia Grand Sport into a slick four-wheel drive fighter. The Insignia Sports Tourer might be blessed with the same good looks and luxurious interior as the sedan launched last year, but there's even more space for kids, pets and luggage down back. Show More Summary
Longer, sleeker, and lighter than before. That’s the gist of General Motors’ next-generation Opel Insignia, the Euro midsizer that provides the template for Buick’s upcoming Regal. Long in the tooth and a little cramped, the Regal is...Show More Summary
General Motors’ European branch just revealed the 2017 Opel Insignia Sports Tourer, the same wagon that we spotted cruising around Los Angeles a while back. Why was this gorgeous European long roof in California? Because chances are very good that this is our next Buick Regal wagon. Read more...
General Motors’ European unit Opel will start selling a new generation of its Insignia mid-sizer later in 2017. We’re already seen the redesigned Insignia in Grand Sport liftback form, and over the weekend the first photos of the car’s Insignia Sports Tourer wagon body style were released. Underpinning the car is GM's lightweight...