Following the premature showing of the 2018 Opel Insignia Grand Sport, thanks to eagle-eyed spy photographers, Opel will reportedly debut the vehicle officially tomorrow, December 7, 2016. This will be our first look at not only the Opel/Vauxhall, but the 2018 Buick Regal and 2018 Holden NG Commodore.
Motor1 reports a reliable source has stated we will be graced with official photos of the highly-anticipated sedan tomorrow. It’s not clear if the 2018 Insignia Sports Tourer (wagon) or its lifted counterpart, the Insignia Country Tourer, will also show their new, handsomely sculpted faces.
The spy photos, which you can find here, showcase a dramatic profile with much inspiration taken from the Opel Monza concept vehicle. It hasn’t come without drawing similarities to the Mazda 6, though. But, if there’s a midsize sedan to shoot for, the Mazda 6 isn’t a bad looking target.
The photos will also echo North America’s 2018 Buick Regal, which has yet to confirm its debut at any point in time. Previous reports peg the new Regal to show face at the 2017 New York International Auto Show after the 2018 Insignia Grand Sport publicly debuts at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show.
As for Holden, the 2018 Commodore will likely sit out awhile longer until production officially idles for good of the 2017 VF Commodore Series II.