Holden has announced recently the introduction of the Insignia VXR in Australia where the car will arrive in dealerships across the country starting next month.
The Holden Insignia VXR has been announced for Australia starting next month. The model in question will be arriving at dealers next month and it will be priced from 51,990 AUD, plus the on-road costs, meaning that this is basically about 8,000 AUD cheaper than it was when it was wearing the OPC badges. Holden says that the color range available for the car includes the Carbon Flash Black, the Arden Blue, the Silver Lake and the Summit White and that under its hood we can find the 2.8 liter turbo V6, rated at 239 kW and 435 Nm of torque, connected to the 6-speed automatic transmission sending power to the AWD system.
Some of the standard features which Holden has added to the Insignia VXR include the rearview camera, the front and rear park assist, the heated Recaro leather front sports seats, the dual-zone climate control, the automatic headlights, rain-sensing wipers, FlexRide suspension, satellite navigation system, the next-gen MyLink system, adaptive forward lighting with bi-xenon headlights and LED DRLs, the new digital instrument cluster with an 8-inch display, the summit white shade, lane change alert, auto emergency braking, forward collision alert, side blind spot alert, rear cross traffic alert, adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning, passive entry / push-button start and so on. More details and images with the car will be released once this will arrive in showrooms.