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Vauxhall launches flagship Insignia GSi model

Vauxhall has announced the prices for the Insignia GSi, the performance variant of Vauxhall’s flagship model.

Available in both Grand Sport and Sports Tourer body styles, and powered by either a 2.0-litre turbo-petrol or 2.0-litre BiTurbo diesel engine, the Insignia GSi will be available from £33,375 on-the-road.

Both units are paired with an eight-speed automatic gearbox with shift paddles on the steering wheel.

The Grand Sport variant, has CO2 emissions of 197g/km (petrol) or 192g/km (diesel).

The Sports Tourer is available from £34,875 on-the-road with either engine [CO2: 199g/km, petrol and 192g/km, diesel].

Arriving in Vauxhall showrooms in March, the GSi features all-wheel drive with torque vectoring, mechatronic FlexRide chassis, Brembo four-cylinder brakes and Michelin Pilot Sport 4 tyres on 20-inch rims.

Exterior design features include chrome air intakes, front and rear GSi bumpers, side sills and a large GSi rear spoiler (Grand Sport only), as well as incorporating Vauxhall’s IntelliLux LED matrix headlamps.

On the inside, the GSi features full-leather front sports seats, aluminium pedals, eight-inch colour information display with navigation, plus a Bose sound system and head-up display.

Four driving modes are available through the GSi’s FlexRide system, allowing damping, steering, gear change-up points and the car’s stability and traction systems to be configured according to a driver’s preference.

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