Opel at the Geneva Motor Show 2013th expose Rocks concept that is based on “lifestyle” model ADAM. This crossover design study Opel expands its capabilities individualization smallest model.At Opel said the concept ADAM ROCKS designed for those seeking personal freedom “off the beaten path and known,” and away from urban areas. Continue reading
Opel, as expected, and this category has a powerful trump card in the form of the Insignia which is offered in three body styles is opel a wide range of engines, trim levels and performance gear.
With the impressive size of 4908 x 1856 x 1520 , the Insignia is a very pervasive phenomenon on the road, though SportsTourer “suffering” of the optical solid rear. It is, after all, the fate of the caravan and feel from the side and the back side is not anywhere near as good as the sedan’s body. The totality of the external impression lifted attractive 19-inch cast wheels, set up as part of the optional Premium Sport Package.
A future car in the making Opel insignia 2013 with minimal change
Opel a reputed German car manufacturer for a long time is now European division of GM. The Insignia range of cars has remained the flagship of Opel for quite some time. This car is based on the Buick design of GM. The car is a Sports Tourer Wagon. Updating it into Opel insignia 2013 is on the cards. However, full details are not yet known officially but are available to people who seek them from different sources. Whatever be the changes that may come about they are all expected to be only minimal, restricted to the exterior features of the car and some aspects of the interiors.
Astra Bi-Turbo is available as a hatchback with five doors, and in the GTC Coupe and Sports Tourer wagon version with 5 door hatchback with a top speed of 226 km / h, making it the fastest diesel Astra so far, while the Sports Tourer develops a maximum 222 km / h, and GTC 223 km / h.
At Opel say that in addition to driving performance, Bi-Turbo engine and very efficient. In combination with economical Start / Stop technology, which is standard in all Astra Bi-Turbo models, the GTC version consumes an average of 4.9 l/100 km, while the Sports Tourer model and 5-door record consumption of 5.1 l/100km.
If you do not like change and hard to get used to new things, Insignia’s interior you might not like it at first. Opel designers were four years ago turned their list: the company no longer wants to meet customers who are over sixty years old and suffering from a complete lack of sense of beauty. Perhaps, in the desire for modernization at any cost, Opel little too far with the number keys and a rather “moody” trip computer, but for all it is clear that this is a sedan for a new generation of young drivers, often managers, who have enough, but not and too much money to make it “dumped” on the BMW.
An attractive and dynamic, the latest Astra looks as good as the five-door hatchback, wagon or as a GTC. This last body style compared to the Astra 5v is longer by about 279 mm, while maintaining equal wheelbase (2685 mm) clearly shows that the extension of the body only benefited luggage space.
So, after all, fitting a family station wagon, which now offers 500 dm3 luggage round, but if you decide to move, easy-folding rear bench seat Astra ST will offer a great 1550 dm3.