Rumor has it that Opel is taking a stab at Audi's A4 allroad and VW's Passat alltrack cross variants with their own Insignia Sports Tourer Crossfour.
Claimed to be official images designed by Opel tuning arm Irmscher, the exterior of the new Insignia Crossfour variant is made by a very simple recipe. Take an Insignia wagon, add contrasting gray body trim, height adjustable suspension (optional) and front and rear faux skid plates, add water and stir.
Naturally, all-wheel drive will be standard with FlexRide (Adaptive Stability Technology) in addition to a rear locking differential.
Inside a special Sportive trimline will be exclusive to the soft-roader.
Pricing in Germany is reported to be 35,155 euros for 160 PS (158 bhp / 118 kW) 2.0-liter CDTi with Start/Stop. If you want a 6-speed automatic trans with this engine, the price will be 37,971 euros. The 2.0-liter biturbo petrol engine with 195 PS (192 bhp / 143 kW) is equipped with Start/Stop and costs 37,655 euros.