2024 Opel Insignia Will It Be the Next Generation SUV?

2024 Opel Insignia  – Although the Buick Regal is no more available in the United States, it is still in production in other parts. The European version was also refreshed in 2020, with an Opel badge, and the Insignia moniker. It should be available for sale for at most three more years, but it will be retired and replaced with a new model. Although the next-generation Insignia won’t arrive until 2024, AutoExpress has already shared some details about the future of this nameplate. According to a British publication, the crossover will be a hybrid between an SUV or a multi-purpose vehicle.

2024 Opel Insignia
2024 Opel Insignia

2024 Opel Insignia Review

Opel’s decision makes sense considering how the Citroen C5 went through a similar transformation and the Ford Mondeo next generation expected to adopt a more SUV-like form. The new Insignia will offer more interior space and likely more cargo space. It also has a higher seating area and more clearance. AutoExpress claims that the new model could be built on the eVMP technology, which will also be used in the replacements for the Peugeot 3008 or 5008. If true, the Insignia could get an electric version. It will have different battery options and a range between 250 to 400 miles. Expect power to range from 135 to 335 horsepower (99 – 246 kilowatts).

2024 Opel Insignia Review
2024 Opel Insignia Review

2024 Opel Insignia Redesign

Opel will be able to offer combustion engines to its customers with the EMP2 platform’s heavily modified underpinnings. You won’t see any pure combustion power as the only ICEs that are available will be mated with electric motors in plug-in hybrid systems. According to Punch Powertrain, the current turbocharged gasoline/diesel engines will be replaced with mild-hybrid units that were developed in collaboration with Belgian engineering firm Punch Powertrain.

2024 Opel Insignia Specs
2024 Opel Insignia Specs

Opel is no longer part of GM’s umbrella so we don’t anticipate that a Buick Regal successor will share any mechanical parts with the new Insignia.