The off-road cars from Volvo, VW and Audi can already get hot, because the new Opel Insignia Country Tourer is now a serious competitor to the start.
The combination in the adventurer outfit is equipped with everything that the model family has so far: four-wheel with torque vectoring, adaptive chassis and matrix light. The freighter will celebrate his world premiere in the SUV look at the IAA in Frankfurt in September and immediately afterwards he will be racing to the dealership.
The all-wheel drive with torque vectoring (variable torque distribution) and the new five-spoke rear axle are to ensure optimum propulsion on any ground and for safe road contact.
The FlexRide suspension, which can be ordered as an option, is to adapt the shift points as well as shock absorbers, steering, and accelerator pedal lines to the new eight-speed automatic transmission. Of course everything is connected with the selected driving mode (standard, sport or tour). Everything is controlled by the new "Drive Mode Control" software, which constantly evaluates all information from the sensors and recognizes the individual driving style of the pilot. The 32 elements of the adaptive matrix light, which with the LED high beam beam with up to 400 meters of light range, provide a clear view. Also new: the head-up display, the 360-degree all-round camera, the Adaptive Cruise Control with adaptive cruise control, the Active Lane Keeping Assistant with automatic steering correction and the rear-view assistant.
Also with the appearance of the new off-road combos, the new individualization model called "Exclusive" will be launched, which is available for a surcharge, including special rims and 15 different special finishes. The Opel-Pilot can customize the exterior color individually according to the picture template even according to the wishes of the factory ex factory.
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