2014 Opel Insignia OPC Sports Tourer

The 2014 Opel Insignia OPC Sports Tourer was presented at the 2013 International Motor Show in Frankfurt, Germany.

Multiple improvements have been revealed amongst which driving and handling received the most attention.

The car has undergone multiple design changes over the previous generation, which makes this Tourer an attractive choice for many.2014-Opel-Insignia-OPC-Sports-Tourer-soom-soom-B


General Info
Vehicle Type: Wagon Base Price: NA
Fuel Tank Capacity: 18.5 gals (70 L) MPG: 18 city / 36 hwy
Length: 193.2 in. (490.8 cm) Wheel Base: 107.8 in. (273.7 cm)
Height: 59.8 in. (152 cm) Width: 82.0 in. (208.4 cm)
Luggage Capacity: 17.7 cu ft Maximum Seating: 5 people
Engine: 4 Cylinder Turbo DOHC Displacement: 1998 cc
Horsepower: 217 HP Max RPM: 5300 RPM
Torque: 259 lb-ft @ 2000-4000 rpm Transmission: 6-Speed Automatic
0-62 mph: 6.0 seconds Maximum Speed: 155 mph (250 km/h)

* Insignia Sports Tourer in Australia-Petrol


Opel offers multiple options in terms of engines. The Insignia OPC Sports Tourer 2.0 liter 4 cylinder engine has been limited to 155 mph as its maximum speed and comes with either a 6-speed manual or automatic gearbox.

The Insignia normally goes from 0 to 60 mph in 6 seconds for the standard version, while the Sports Tourer does it in 6.3 seconds.



The German manufacturer decided to offer all-wheel drive as an option for its customers. Driving and road stability during difficult conditions is improved significantly while the air vents maintain a sufficient downforce to ensure a pleasant driving experience.


Opel reworked the exterior featuring a brand new front. Two air vents have been placed vertically on the sides, right beneath the headlights that have been extended, reaching out to the sides of the car.

The front grille has chromed edges and another air vent has been placed right underneath it. Looking at the rear, the shape of the tail lights have been changed. They are now extended to the side while the bumper is now prominent because of its new shape.



Following the legacy of the Insignia line, the interior is motorsport friendly. The engineers placed a larger navigation screen right between two air vents.

Chrome elements have been added to create a contrast with the overall black theme of the interior. The seats come covered in black leather.

The 2014 Opel Insignia OPC Sports Tourer manages to offer both the benefits of a sports car and a station wagon, making it a viable choice for those seeking a family car that can handle all kinds of driving conditions.