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General Motors Insignia
Vauxhall and Opel
aka Buick Regal (China, US)

Holden Insignia (Australia)

Production 2008 (expected)
Class Mid-Size Sedan, D segment Saloon, Hatch and Estate
Body Style 5dr five seat Hatch, 4dr 5 seat Saloon, 5dr 5 seat Estate, 5dr 5 seat SUV style Estate
Length length - type here
Width Width - type here
Height Height - type here
Wheelbase wheelbase - type here
Weight Weight - you get the point
Transmission transmission + drive
Engine engine
Power N/A hp @ N/A rpm
N/A lb-ft of torque @ N/A rpm
Similar similar (competition)
Designer Designer (lead designer if it was a team effort)

The Opel/Vauxhall Insignia came out in 2008 as a replacement for the dull, ageing Vectra, it made its debut at the 2008 British International Motor Show on the 23rd July. The Insignia was also used to preview a new logo for Vauxhall, since its previous logo had been around since 1994.

it used a chassis called the Epsilon II platform, which would also be found on the 2010 Saab 9-5 and the Chevrolet Malibu

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Recent Changes

  • On May 20th 2009, Opel and Vauxhall followed up the Insignia OPC and VXR by unveiling the Insignia OPC and VXR Sports Tourer, the estate version of the hot Insignia. [1]
  • On Apr 15th 2009, General Motors' European arm unveiled the 325 hp Opel Insignia OPC & Vauxhall Insignia VXR on the internet. [2]

Opel Insignia OPC

Vauxhall Insignia VXR

  • A couple of months after the Insignia sedan was officially revealed, the station wagon variant, the Insignia Sports Tourer made its official Internet debut. However, it won't make its "live" in-the-flesh coming out party until the 2008 Paris Motor Show in early October. [3][4][5]

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MkI: (2009–2017)

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MkII Insignia (Grand Sport)

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See Also

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VAUXHALL

General Motors Company


Buick | Cadillac | Chevrolet | GMC | Holden | Hummer | Opel | Vauxhall | Daewoo


Current: VXR8 · Antara · Vectra · Agila · Astra · Corsa · Insignia · Astra VXR · Zafira · Meriva · Movano · Ampera

Historic: Chevette · Calibra · Victor · Belmont · Omega

Concept: · ·


Include notable internal links here


Alexander Wilson Corporate website A division of General Motors



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OPEL

General Motors Company


Buick | Cadillac | Chevrolet | GMC | Holden | Hummer | Opel | Vauxhall | Daewoo


Current

Passenger: Agila · Antara · Astra · Corsa · Meriva · Zafira · Insignia · Astra VXR · Ampera

LCV: Combo · Movano · Vivaro

Historic: Admiral · Ascona · Blitz · Calibra · Campo · Commodore · Diplomat · Frontera · GT · Kadett · Kapitän · Manta · Monterey · Monza · Olympia · Omega · Rekord · Senator · Super Six · GT · Signum · Sintra · Speedster · Tigra · Vectra

Concept: Aero GT · Antara GTC · CD · Diesel Rekordwagen · Eco Speedster · Frogster · Frua Diplomat · G90 · GT 2 · Insignia · Maxx · OPC X-Treme · Snowtrekker · Trixx · Gran Turismo · GT/W "Genève" · Corsa Spider · Twin · Signum Concept · Concept A · Concept M · GTC Geneve · E-Flex · Corsa Hybrid Concept · Flextreme Concept · Vivaro VPC Concept · Meriva Concept · Flexitreme GTE Concept · GTC Paris Concept · Vivaro e-Concept


Safetec


Adam Opel Corporate website A division of General Motors



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