2017 Opel Insignia OPC, is a high-performance variant of the Opel Insignia. The new 2017 Opel Insignia OPC is powered by a V6 turbo 2.8L engine. The engine makes updating of 239 kilowatts (325 PS; 321 hp) and 435-newton meters (321 ft·fr), 435, 400-newton meters (300 ft·fr) are available from 2,000 rpm. Is paired with a manual transmission six-speed / automatic transmission and six-speed Saab (Haldex) system and all-Amand-like active. The insignia OPC has a modified Macpherson strut suspension, front, called HiPerStrut that reduces torque steer. Also standard is a differential Penelope limited monitoring of the rear wheels and adaptive suspension FlexRide Opel, which has three settings (OPC, Sports, and normal). An OPC version of the French Sports Tourer wagon has been unveiled and is currently on sale. In April 2011, Opel launched the Opel insignia OPC Unlimited with no language speed.
In Chile, the Opel Insignia is originally due to be Marketed as the Chevrolet Vectra, but is now sold as the Opel Insignia. The French made his debut in Australia in 2012, badged as an Opel. but was dropped a year later, after the brand was withdrawn from the market. The seat cloth of 2017 Opel Insignia OPC is produced in the Opel plant in Rüsselsheim, Germany.