2023 Author: Eric Donovan | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-05-21 15:44
Opel is offering a new, economical engine for the Insignia. The four-cylinder diesel is said to consume just over five liters. The Eco-Flex model will be available from the beginning of April.
The Rüsselsheim-based car manufacturer Opel is offering a new fuel-saving diesel engine for the Insignia sedan. The Opel Insignia Eco-Flex has a four-cylinder unit with 160 hp and a torque of 350 Newton meters. With the overboost function, it can even be increased to 380 Newton meters.
In 9.5 seconds to 100
According to the manufacturer, the Insignia should reach 100 km / h in 9.5 seconds and have a fuel consumption of only 5.1 liters. The C02 emissions are just 140 grams per kilometer. As the company announced at the German premiere at Auto Mobil International (AMI) in Leipzig, the Opel Insignia Eco-Flex will cost 30,150 euros and will be available to order from April 6th. It will roll to the dealers in the summer.
The unit will also be introduced in the Sports Tourer at a later date. Among other things, a better air resistance value (0.26), a lower chassis, a special engine configuration and low-friction tires help save fuel. (AG)