Follow the logic: Vauxhall builds an Insignia-based coupe, meaning GM can build a Buick Regal coupe, meaning they can give it 312 horsepower and AWD and call it the "GNX." Just call us the kings of wishful thinking.
The Opel Insignia OPC is based on the same platform as the new-for-the-US Buick Regal, but adds the torque-vectoring Haldex AWD system from the Saab 9-3 Turbo X and a 325 HP turbocharged V6. Can anyone say "GNX?"
Steinmetz, a German-based tuner of all things Opel, has just released their newest American-teasing project: the Steinmetz Insignia SportTourer. With 295-horsepower, 310 lb-ft of torque, tighter suspension, bigger wheels and tasteful bodywork, consider yourself teased.
GM's European divisions finally have an answer to that pesky AWD hot-rod Audi S4. Say hello to the new turbo, AWD, 325-HP 2010 Opel Insignia OPC and brother-from-another-mother, 2010 Vauxhall Insignia VXR. That's a Saturn?!