New Opel Insignia OPC Sports Tourer Unveiled (details, photos and video)

21 05 2009

GM has unveiled the fastest ever Vauxhall Insignia VXR Sports Tourer ( Opel Insignia OPC Sports Tourer). Over 10,000 kilometres of testing was done to make solid the VXR Sports Tourer not only gets to grip with reliability very easily but that it performs past any customary estate when it comes to dynamics. Part of its broad schooling was done at the Nurburgring Nordschleife where our spies snapped it a the period.

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It’s the first Vauxhall to use and Adaptive 4×4 system with an electronic narrow blunder differential. To recover handling farther the car sits 10mm sink than the colors Insignia Sports Tourer. In expected embellish it gets 19-shuffle alloys but there are 20s presented at an farther rate. Brembo has supplied the colour-hinted brakes that are fitted.

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As far as performance is worried the VXR Sports Tourer can run with the best of them and place some in its awaken. It has a 2.8-litre V6 engine (UPDATED: expected to produce V6 instead of V8 engine) with a turbo that spews out 325PS (239kW). The 0 – 60mph time is 6 seconds and top momentum is a limited 155mph (249km/h).

Vauxhall gives potential buyers the selection of one of six exterior colours, any of which should sit very well with the great bumpers, the front engage lattice and the dual dull chrome exhausts.

Inside there are Recaro seats, VXR still plates, different instrument graphics, a VXR steering helm and gear shifter. Despite its muscular nature, the VXR also fits in with the image of family transport. The ceiling encumbered liberty with the rear seats dropped is 1,530 litres.




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