The camouflage hasn’t changed much, but the badge it’s pretending to cover has. In fact, it’s been mocked up to be a Renault badge of sorts. The camo sits in a diamond pattern to fool those passing by, but it’s no match for those of us in the know.
Little is still known about the upcoming sedans, which will reach nearly every part of the globe under an Opel, Vauxhall, Buick or Holden badge. One thing is certain, though, it will be front-wheel drive and ride on General Motors’ E2XX platform.
The 2017 Opel-Vauxhall Insignia is likely to finally show face at the 2016 Paris Motor Show in September. Buick will likely come shortly after, while Holden holds out until local manufacturing wraps up in late 2017.