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Declassified wagon Opel Insignia GSi new generation

Рассекречен универсал Opel Insignia GSi нового поколения GSi Opel Insignia equipped with two-liter four-cylinder turbo engine, developing 260 HP and 400 Nm of torque.

The company Opel withdrew at the final tests the most powerful and fastest version of the universal Insignia of the new generation. Photospies the first time managed to photograph the car, received the prefix GSi in the title, during the tests. The pictures, published Motor1, new without camouflage. The official premiere of the novelty will take place at the Frankfurt motor show in September this year.

Universal Opel Insignia GSi will be equipped with 2.0-liter gasoline turbo engine with four cylinders. The capacity of the unit will be 260 HP and 400 Nm of torque. The engine will be paired with a new eight-speed automatic gearbox with the ability to change levels using the paddles.

The Luggage compartment volume is 520 liters. Novick will receive all-wheel drive powertrain, mechatronic chassis with adaptive shock absorbers, retuned suspension, and torque distribution between the rear wheels and electronic simulation of differential lock on the front axle.

Also at the Frankfurt motor show will be presented GSi Opel Insignia hatchback. The car is equipped with the same engine as the wagon. The driver will be available four modes: Standard, Tour, Sport and Competition, depending on the choice of which electronics set the settings for suspension, steering, transmission, and response to pressing of the accelerator pedal. Thanks to the new chassis, and smaller engine of Opel Insignia GSi turned out to be 160 pounds lighter charged Insignia OPC the previous generation, which was completed with a 325-HP 2.8-liter V6 unit.

Рассекречен универсал Opel Insignia GSi нового поколения

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