The next Opel Insignia, sold as the Buick Regal in the U.S., has been caught testing in new spy photos. As we can see from the body lines, the Regal is moving to a hatchback five-door body style with the current four-door sedan version likely to be cancelled. A station wagon variant is expected to join the lineup about six months after the car launches, but U.S. availability is unknown at this point.
Buick is dramatically cutting prices for much of the 2016 Regal lineup to better compete in the segment. Buyers of this year's Regal GS will find the sticker over $3,000 less expensive than it was on 2015 models.