Luxor metallic paint and restyled wheels – these could be some of the differences you may be seeing in the new version of the Opel Insignia. In comparison to its predecessor, the 2012 model’s exterior remains untouched. Storage of map data in an SD card enabling easy updating, new ‘Indian Night’ Nappa leather seats and an improved front camera system with a Forward Collision Alert System shows that it has come a long way since its earlier version.
Opel has given us a sneak preview of its 2012 Combo in the form of a couple of pictures. This unique looking car is likely to be rolled out by the end of this year. What we find interesting about the new Opel Combo is that it has been inspired by the Fiat Diablo.
When it comes to electric vehicles, there seems to be an added number of cars that are being lined up. Many top brands are geared up to follow the trend of future. German player Opel has taken it a step further, by announcing plans to launch a ground breaking fuel-cell vehicle (FCV). The vehicle is expected to roll out in 2015.
Based on the current Corsa, a handful of spy photos of the much-awaited Opel baby-Antara are here. The new mini SUV will fall behind the Antara in the Opel model lineup. The mini SUV is being built by GM Daewoo in Korea, wherein most Chevrolet European models – like Cruze and Beat – are made.
Chevrolet fans will be pleased to hear that the company is developing a new crossover that is reportedly based on the new redesigned Aveo. What’s more, they may not have to wait too long, since the vehicle might come out as early as 2012.
Details about the Opel 2012 Zafira have started surfacing of late. The redesigned version of the MPV has a cabin that is more spacious than the previous one, with the third and fourth rows being roomier. Accommodating the roominess of the new version, the vehicle is bigger in size – 4690mm long, 1820mm wide, and 1690mm tall.