While the more timid versions are already available in showrooms, the OPC-variant embodies the “wolf in sheep’s clothing” design philosophy, packing a turbocharged V6 engine under the bonnet delivering over 224kW.
Hinting at its performance capability is a new front bumper with much larger air intakes, wider sills and fenders, larger wheels and a more prominent boot lip spoiler.
This power is speculated to be transferred through an advanced all-wheel-drive system compared to the standard Insignia’s front-wheel-drive configuration.
It was wildly speculated that Holden may introduce the Insignia into the Australian line-up but with the unveiling of the new Cruze this has become far less likely.
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