We've already seen the Insignia wagon completely undisguised in spy photos , but we can't pass up another opportunity to show you the car that could preview our next Buick Regal wagon. Like the Opel Insignia sedan, which was officially revealed late last year but leaked with the wagon, the Sports Tourer will offer European customers both gas and diesel engine options mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission. Exact engine specs haven't been revealed yet, however. The wagon will also use an improved version of GM's FlexRide system, which lets the driver adjust damping, steering, throttle response, and shift timing through three selectable modes.
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Opel Insignia - Wikipedia
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2020 Opel Insignia Leaked as a Buick Regal in China
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The Opel Insignia is a D-segment large family car developed and produced by the German car manufacturer Opel , currently in its second generation. Production of the Insignia started in August , replacing the Vectra and Signum. In , the Holden marque in Australia launched a new derivative version and started offering as the Holden Commodore , and in in China , United States , Canada and Latin America , both under the Insignia nameplate and as the Buick Regal. In Chile, the vehicle was previously marketed as the Chevrolet Vectra. The Insignia made its debut in Australia in August , badged as an Opel,  but was dropped one year later after the brand was withdrawn from the market.