Karl-Thomas Neumann also praised the work of the entire Rüsselsheim plant and added: “The new high-end Opel is a central part of our product offensive, which will reach its peak this year with Nothing less than seven new models. “
“We have invested more than 500 million euros for the sole purpose of being ready to manufacture the new flagship of our production,” he added, adding “the new high-end Opel is a central element Of our product offensive, which will this year reach its peak with no less than seven new models. “
As a reminder, the Opel Insignia Grand Sport will be available at its launch with mechanical powers ranging from 140 horsepower to 170 horsepower. A 250-horsepower 2.0-liter gasoline block will then form the top of the engine offer chart. An optional 8-speed automatic transmission is available for heavy riders.
Beyond the Insignia, Opel recently launched the 100% electric Ampera-e and the compact SUV Crossland X. Other innovations are expected in the coming months, including a SUV cousin of the Peugeot 3008.