The new flagship Opel, the Insignia Grand Sport, is aptly named, a glance at its silhouette enough to realise it. With its design based on the spectacular Monza Concept study, it is as sporty and spacious as it is elegant. The new architecture not only gives it a sporty look, but also a remarkable presence on the road. This car boasts more interior space, better aerodynamics, reduced weight, and a host of comfort, safety, infotainment and connectivity amenities. Opel engineers managed to cut its weight down by 175 kg vis-a-vis the outgoing model. The all-wheel drive with torque distribution system and new eight-speed gearbox allows you to make the most of its strengths. In addition, there are many technologies that guarantee a safer, more agile and more comfortable ride on board in the new Insignia Grand Sport. These include features such as the next-generation Matrix Intellilux LED headlamps, lane change alert, head-up display and a 360° camera, as well as comfort features such as certified front- and rear-seat heating and the heated windshield. The new generation Intellilink infotainment and connectivity system, as well as the Opel OnStar personal assistant, are also available. The new Insignia is the first Opel with an active hood system, ensuring much better pedestrian safety. Opel also offers a wide range of efficient next-generation engines and gearboxes. Our test model had an advanced 2.0-litre diesel engine developing 125 kW, delivering 170 hp (diesel consumption of the Grand Sport model in urban NEDC driving cycle of 6.7 l/100 km, extra-urban cycle of 4.3 l/100 km and combined cycle of 5.2 l/100 km with 136 g/km of CO2).