From Opel press: The Opel Insignia and its three models – hatchback, sedan and Sports Tourer – have racked up more than 40 awards since its release in 2008. The ecoFLEX Insignia models have undergone a series of technical improvements that result in a five percent reduction in combined cycle fuel consumption and CO2 emissions. The German brand has also coupled its optional Adaptive 4x4 with a 2-liter 160 hp CDTI, making it the first Opel passenger car to link a powerful yet efficient diesel with the innovative segment-leading technology of an adaptive all-wheel drive system.
The Opel Insignia is available with a large range of engines all certified with Euro 5 standards. The six gasoline engines range from 85 kW/115 hp to 239 kW/325 hp (OPC). The three variants of the 2.0 CDTI turbo diesel offer output ranging from 81 kW/110 hp to 118 kW/160 hp. All Insignia engines are among the top in their class in terms of environmental compatibility and feature low fuel consumption and CO2 emissions.
The top-of-the-range gasoline engine is the 2.8 V6 Turbo, which produces 191 kW/260 hp and reaches its maximum torque of 350 Nm between 1,900 and 4,500 rpm. With 239 kW/325 hp, the Insignia OPC is the most powerful Opel production car ever produced.
The whole range of gasoline and diesel engines features four valves per cylinder and is offered with a 6-speed manual gearbox. The 2.0 Turbo and 2.8 V6 Turbo variants are available with 6-speed manual or automatic transmissions.