In Australia, it was presumed the new Insignia would reclaim the Vectra namesake however Holden is persistent it will instead pursue the Epica.
The sporty wrap-around interior could not be more removed from the typical conservative cabin normally associated with the Vectra.
“We wanted to create interior environments for all our future vehicles that are warm, inviting and sporty. The Insignia is the first evidence of this philosophy.” says John Puskar, Executive Director of Interior Design at GM Europe.
The deceptively familiar cluster design (read: VE Commodore) illuminates white under normal driving conditions, however switches to a vibrant red in sport mode.
Along with the new interior, GM has also released a few more images of the Insignia in a very handsome black finish.