The Insignia notch- and hatchback will debut July 22, 2008 at the London Motor Show and hit showrooms starting in November. Offering strong power allied toeconomic fuel consumption, it makes a perfect partner for the dynamic,comfortable Insignia. Called Adaptive 4X4, it is designed tooptimize handling and driving stability in all conditions, as well as increasetraction at take-off and on slippery surfaces. The Insignia will launch with an exceptionally broad range of seven engines.
The Insignia is offered from the start with front-wheel and all-wheel drive. They have a height adjustment range of 65 mm.Moreover, at 175 mm, the seat back is two centimeters thicker than previous Opelcars, adding a plushier feel. On Sport seats, occupants with long legscan extend the length of the front seats cushion up to three centimeters by apull-out front section. The three diesel and four gasolineengines all come with a six-speed manual gearbox. With its groundbreaking design and sophisticated technology, the Insignia makes a quantum leap toward rejuvenating the brand and providing the perfect opportunity to discover Opel.
Petite and largedrivers alike will find Insignia’s seats safe and comfortable thanks tothe extended range of settings. The orangish-red ambientlight that warms the interior also will be found in future Opel models.The new European Design CenterThe Insignia was designedin Rüsselsheim, Germany. User friendly dark carpetinterior color lay-out creates a modern look for a non-traditional warminterior. With the push of a button, the dampers stiffen and the acceleratoroffers a swifter pedal response.