Opel had a busy time during the 2017 Geneva International Motor Show as it publicly revealed three of its seven new vehicles the brand will debut throughout 2017.
Foremost, the brand’s flagship sedan, the 2018 Opel Insignia Grand Sport, was put on a pedestal for all to take in, as was its wagon variant, the Insignia Sports Tourer. While the Insignia range made up two of the brand’s motor show debuts, the 2018 Opel Crossland X rounded them out as the third. The new crossover replaces the MPV-style Meriva with a target placed right on the ever-growing CUV market in Europe.
The Opel Exclusive program was of chatter, too. The program, as spelled out by Opel itself, offers unlimited color choices for the Insignia as the brand continues to strive for more premium space. Additional options like wheels, interior and more are also customizable through the program that will launch with the new Insignia.
And, of course, the biggest news was Opel’s new owner: PSA Groupe. Opel officially became a part of French automaker PSA following a done deal this Monday. Former owner, General Motors, parted ways with its entire European operations for $2.3 billion, which included the sale of Vauxhall, Opel’s cousin in the United Kingdom.
You can catch a quick recap of the happenings in the video right up above.