Vauxhall Bringing Three New Vehicles, New OnStar Services to Geneva
Vauxhall is bringing its three newest vehicles to the 2017 Geneva Motor Show next week for their respective public debuts: the Insignia Grand Sport, Insignia Sports Tourer, and Crossland X. All three vehicles have already been unveiled through press releases and, in the case of the Crossland X, a vernissage in Berlin, but Vauxhall and Opel’s 10am press conference on March 7th marks the first time that all three will be trotted out before the public.
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Additionally, Vauxhall will be unveiling two new OnStar services, including the OnStar Advisor personal assistant, which provides an easy solution for booking hotel rooms and finding parking spots. Vauxhall will also reveal the Vauxhall Exclusive program, which provides shoppers with unlimited choices in terms of exterior colors, wheels, leather, and other exclusive design elements. With Vauxhall Exclusive, customers can pick “any color they like” and decide between their choice of tri-coat, metallic, and pearl finishes.
The Insignia Grand Sport, Insignia Sports Tourer, and Crossland X represent three-fifths of Vauxhall’s “five-star year,” wherein the brand will reveal five new vehicles. Still due in the year ahead are the Insignia Country Tourer and the Grandland X crossover.
The Insignia Grand Sport and Sports Tourer and Crossland X have otherwise been well detailed by Opel and Vauxhall over the first two months of the year. Of new note, however, is the fact that Vauxhall in previewing its appearance at Geneva refers to the Crossland X as having “a Tardis-like cabin.” Nerrrrrrds.
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