The premiere of the updated sedan and wagon Opel Insignia took place at the Brussels Motor Show. Modernization has undergone sports GSi and “civilian” modifications. Outwardly, the sedan and wagon practically did not change, then the technical transformations were very significant.
Under the hood, there is a new 2.0-liter petrol turbo engine with 230 hp, coupled with a nine-speed automatic transmission that transfers the power of the engine to all four wheels through the Twinster AWD system with vector traction control. The new engine is equipped with a system for shutting off half of the cylinders at low loads, which, according to the calculations of the brand’s engineers, allowed to reduce fuel consumption by an average of 18%. In combined mode, the updated Opel Insignia consumes 8.3 l / 100 km.
For all versions of the model, IntelliLux LED Pixel Light matrix optics with 168 LED elements is now available, the updated Multimedia Navi Pro complex with support for Apple CarPlay and Android Auto and a rear-view camera with a viewing angle increased to 90 degrees and a range of 20 meters. Also, the sedan and the station wagon got active shutters in the radiator grille, an improved brake system with four-piston Brembo calipers, an electro-hydraulic brake booster and adaptive FlexRide suspension.