Insignia VXR introduces new technology to Holden line-up

Insignia VXR introduces new technology to Holden line-up

Holden-Insignia-VXR-DrivingHolden’s first all-wheel-drive turbocharged sedan will arrive in New Zealand dealerships late next month and brings a number of new technologies which have not been offered by the Red Lion brand before.

Built in Russelsheim, Germany, the Holden Insignia VXR is powered by a 2.8 litre V6 turbocharged engine which allied to a six-speed automatic transmission, delivers 239kW of power and 435Nm of torque to all four driven wheels.

The Insignia VXR will introduce three new technologies to Holden, including adaptive cruise control, lane change alert and auto emergency braking, which join other features such as adaptive forward lighting, blind spot alert and FlexRide suspension.

The new Insignia offers three performance settings; standard, sport and VXR, allowing drivers to customise the vehicle’s performance features such as responsive accelerator and gear change, sport steering, firmer sports suspension and a greater rear bias AWD setting.

It will also feature a next generation MyLink infotainment system consists of an eight-inch touch screen display and is complemented by a premium audio system with seven speakers.

The recommended retail price of the Holden Insignia VXR with automatic transmission is $69,990.

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