Rüsselsheim/Frankfurt. Curtain up for the Insignia OPC, Insignia Country Tourer as well as ADAM Black Link and White Link: right on time for their world premieres at the 65th International Motor Show (IAA) in Frankfurt, prices for these models have been announced.
The new Opel ADAM special models Black Link and White Link fulfill the wish for even more individuality together with technically-inspired design. They come with the IntelliLink infotainment system and Siri Eyes Free voice control fitted as standard. Both variants’ interior and exterior also reflect typical smartphone looks in black or white, embodying a perfect blend of ultra-modern infotainment and connectivity technology. The ADAM White Link in Saturday White Fever lacquer with sport chassis, 18-inch alloy wheels, roof spoiler, electronic climate control as well as LED daytime running lights, rear and brake lights is available from November for 16,190 Euro (all prices RRP incl. VAT in Germany). Its black counterpart, the ADAM Black Link, has identical equipment wrapped in metallic I’ll be Black lacquer for 16,650 Euro.
The Opel Insignia Country Tourer turns heads with a very distinctive look. While its Sports Tourer sibling is an elegant family and business station wagon, the new Insignia Country Tourer expresses an innate desire for adventure. With its under-ride décor elements front and rear, characteristic prominent wheel-arch and lower body cladding as well as robust styling, the athletic all-rounder provides freedom beyond the constraints of city limits and asphalt roads. It also comes with a standard high-strength protective guard under the engine compartment. State-of-the-art all-wheel drive with the FlexRide premium chassis and powerful turbo engines such as a 184 kW/250 hp, 2.0-liter SIDI direct injection gasoline unit or a high-performance 2.0 BiTurbo CDTI – both generating impressive maximum torque of 400 Nm – ensure grip and sure-footed handling in all driving conditions. The new Insignia Country Tourer 2.0 CDTI with six-speed manual transmission and all-wheel drive is now available for an entry price of 36,990 Euro. The 120 kW/163 hp turbo diesel generates up to 380 Nm of torque on overboost.
With 239 kW/325 hp and 435 Nm maximum torque, the Opel Insignia OPC is the ultimate top-of-the-line performer among Opel models. It features a re-styled front and rear, with signature OPC design elements such as distinctive saber-tooth detailing at the front and the tailpipe trim integrated in the rear as well as state-of-the-art technology under its powerful, eye-catching bodywork. The OPC chassis is enhanced, and noise and vibration behavior is improved through numerous fine-tuning measures. New ESP software enables even more precise dynamics tuning, especially in reaction to understeer tendencies. Modified damper software for the FlexRide chassis with its adjustable shock absorbers ensures optimum roadholding. The Insignia OPC sprints from zero to 100 km/h in 6.0 seconds (Sports Tourer: 6.3 seconds) and reaches a top speed of 250 km/h (electronically limited). In unrestricted specification, the OPC with manual transmission goes on to a maximum speed of 270 km/h (Sports Tourer: 265 km/h). Prices for the Opel Insignia OPC 2.8 V6 turbo with six-speed manual transmission and all-wheel drive start at 48,435 Euro. It comes standard with a host of features including Adaptive Forward Lighting AFL+, the infotainment system Navi 900 IntelliLink with 8-inch touchscreen, touchpad and steering wheel controls as well as Recaro sport seats and the high performance Brembo braking system.
Stylish technology fun: The ADAM White Link in Saturday White Fever lacquer with sport chassis, 18-inch alloy wheels, roof spoiler, electronic climate control as well as LED daytime running lights, rear and brake lights is available from November for 16,190 Euro. Its black counterpart, the ADAM Black Link, has identical equipment wrapped in metallic I’ll be Black lacquer for 16,650 Euro.