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...
details have emerged on the torque-vectoring all-wheel-drive system to feature in the all-new european-sourced 2018 holden commodore. the commodore will be a re-badged version of the opel insignia five-door hatchback and wagon, another general motor’s subsidiary, vauxhall, also offers the same insignia. Show More Summary
Check out the latest handiwork from renowned rendering artist Theophilus Chin, showing what a theoretical (but utterly unlikely) 2018 Holden Ute may look like. The rendering, run on CarScoops, shows how the new Opel Insignia hatch and wagon, which will become the imported Holden Commodore from early 2018, would rock the famous ute body. Pretty […]
When it comes to major automotive offerings from Germany, Opel isn’t usually the first name to pop up. But it isn’t for lack of trying – the brand is well established across several international markets, with its flagship Insignia sedan leading the charge, packing premium touches at a bargain price point. Show More Summary
Farewell rear-drive Commodore, you'll be missed. Continue reading The new Opel Insignia might be a great Buick, but it's a sad Holden Commodore The new Opel Insignia might be a great Buick, but it's a sad Holden Commodore originally appeared on Autoblog on Thu, 08 Dec 2016 10:10:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink | Email this | Comments
Is it possible for a volume car manufacturer to develop a truly desirable luxury car? Many have tried over the years, but few have succeeded in convincing brand-sensitive buyers that their latest car is truly a match for the likes of BMW, Audi and Mercedes. Show More Summary
The next Commodore is a huge departure from the past 40 years of storied Holden sedans. It's based on the German-built Opel Insignia, and will be mostly offered in front-wheel drive with small, efficient petrol and diesel engines. You'll still be able to buy it as a sedan and wagon, but a lot has changed underneath its skin. More »
On Tuesday we saw Holden unveil its redesigned Commodore. Today we have our first look at Opel’s version of the car, the Insignia Grand Sport. Apart from their badges—and whether the steering wheel is on the left or right—the two cars are virtually identical, although there’s likely to be some differences in the...
General Motors’ European subsidiary Opel has pulled the wraps off its next-generation Insignia flagship, giving us a damn good preview of the next Buick Regal. Lower, longer and wider in the grand American tradition, the 2017 Opel Insignia...Show More Summary
he german-built successor to australia's holden commodore is set to feature technology to rival high-end luxury cars. developed overseas as the opel insignia, holden's next sedan is a thoroughly modern machine home to features such as...Show More Summary
Forming part of a simultaneous global unveiling, GM Europe brand Opel has revealed its new Insignia in sync with the local 2018 Holden Commodore‘s digital debut. Shown here in its UK-market Vauxhall form, the Insignia is, as expected, identical to the car that will replace the VF II Commodore when it enters retirement next year. […]
This, dear reader, is a 2018 Opel Insignia Sports Tourer. If you live in America there’s a good chance you don’t care what a new Opel wagon looks like because you assume you can’t buy one anyone. But you might be able to, soon! Because word on the street is this thing is the next Buick Regal wagon. Read more...