Opel Insignia Sports Tourer

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Opel Insignia – Fast Facts

Status: September 2013

  • World premiere: Frankfurt International Motor Show, September 12 – 22, 2013
  • Market launch: Fall 2013
  • Production: Opel Rüsselsheim plant
  • Segment: Mid-size, five seats
  • Model family:
    • Insignia notchback, hatchback and Sports Tourer
    • Insignia Country Tourer
    • Insignia OPC
  • Positioning: Opel flagship with premium technologies, best-in-class fuel consumption, world’s best aerodynamics and revolutionary infotainment operation
  • Dimensions: Notchback and hatchback: 4,842 / 2,084 / 1,498 mm (length / width incl. door mirrors / height); Sports Tourer: 4,913 / 2,084 / 1,513 mm
  • Design:
    • Sophisticated looks, bold front and rear graphics, with distinctive, stretched and lowered front grille
    • Newly designed headlamps with optional LED daytime running lights
    • Slippery bodyshape with cd value under 0.25 makes Insignia most streamlined five-door hatchback on market. Sports Tourer, with cd 0.28, also most aerodynamic station wagon in series production.
    • Country Tourer: Athletic, well-toned figure with under-ride décor elements; SUV character with expressive styling and wider fenders
    • OPC: Bold appearance with re-styled front and rear and typical OPC design elements, such as distinctive saber-tooth front detailing and integrated exhaust tailpipes.
  • Powertrain, engines, fuel consumption and CO2 emissions
    (according to Regulation [EC] No 715/2007):
    • Power bandwidth from 81 kW/110 hp to 239 kW/325 hp (OPC)
    • Highlights:
      • 2.0 CDTI notchback and hatchback with 88 kW/120 hp or 103 kW/140 hp and Start/Stop only 3.7 l/100 km and 99 g/km CO2 – best values in mid-size segment
      • 1.4 turbo with 103 kW/140 hp and 220 Nm (on overboost), already meets future Euro 6 emissions standard (gasoline and LPG), with Start/Stop just 5.2 l/100 km and 123 g/km CO2 (notch- and hatchback models) – most economical gasoline model in its class
      • 1.6 SIDI turbo gasoline unit from new engine generation with 125 kW/170 hp and up to 280 Nm (on overboost)
      • Top diesel 2.0 BiTurbo CDTI with 143 kW/195 hp and 400 Nm torque
    • Engines available with six-speed manual transmission or low-friction six-speed automatic gearbox
    • Choice of front or all-wheel drive
  • Premium technologies and innovations:
    • Newly designed cockpit with radically simplified control panel and two 8-inch color displays
    • Four-way infotainment operation possible via revolutionary touchpad in center console, 8-inch touchscreen, steering wheel controls or voice command
    • User-friendly IntelliLink technology optimally integrates smartphone capabilities into car
    • Modifications to rear axle components for higher driving comfort
    • Aero-shutter for selected diesel engines automatically closes lower front grille to reduce aerodynamic drag, benefiting fuel consumption and CO2 emissions
    • Maximum 5-star Euro NCAP safety rating. Numerous ultra-modern radar and camera-based driver assistance and safety systems such as full speed adaptive cruise control and imminent collision breaking, rear camera, lane-change assistance, blind spot alert, rear cross traffic alert
  • Major competitors: VW Passat, Ford Mondeo, Skoda Octavia, Peugeot 508;
  • other potential competitors: Audi A4, BMW 3 series, Mercedes C-class
  • Target groups: Fleet and private customers seeking mid-size and premium vehicles, who value efficiency, style and useful technologies at attractive prices, and are well-settled
  • Entry price: 24,325 euros (RRP incl. VAT in Germany for 1.4-liter turbo gasoline model with 103 kW/140 hp and Start/Stop)

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