The all-new Opel Insignia Grand Sport. The upcoming all-new 2018 Buick Regal is expected to look very similar.
Buick has yet to let out a single peep about the next-generation Regal, but General Motors’ Opel brand is blabbing all about the Europe-market Insignia sedan that is essentially a Regal with different badges. After seeing undisguised photos of the Insignia sedan and wagon earlier this week, we now have even more insight into the 2018 Regal thanks to official photos of and info on the Insignia Grand Sport sedan; and there’s more from the new Australia-market Holden Commodore, which is abandoning
It may have a Vauxhall badge, but there's a Buick (and an Opel) under there.
Yeah man, that's a Buick.
General Motors’ European subsidiary Opel has pulled the wraps off its next-generation Insignia flagship, giving us a damn good preview of the next Buick Regal. Lower, longer and wider in the grand American tradition, the 2017 Opel Insignia Grand Sport should premier at the Geneva Motor Show in March, shortly before GM reveals its stateside
Word has it Buick is about to take an earnest pass at rebuilding its brand with an all-new Regal sedan set to bow in the near future. Everyone seems to think it will be a version of the newly revealed Vauxhall Insignia Grand Sport, and I can’t think of a better way to make Buick awesome again.
The new Insignia previews the next Buick Regal.
Following yesterday’s revealing scoops, the time for GM to pull the wraps off the new Insignia Grand Sport has come, with Vauxhall being the first brand to do so.
Holden on Tuesday revealed its redesigned Commodore sedan, a slightly revised version of which will be sold in the United States as the 2018 Buick Regal.
The next-gen Opel Insignia sedan and wagon have broken cover. Why should you care?