Paris debut for Opelís Commodore?

Australia should get its first close-up look at the car destined to replace the Holden Commodore when the next-generation Opel Insignia makes its debut at the Paris motor show in October. While not yet officially confirmed for the show, the Euro sedan (artistís impression at left) and wagonís makeover is expected to shed up to 100kg and introduce a range of turbocharged 1.6-litre engines. One model will have a 300kW turbo V6 sending drive to all four corners that could wear the SS badge Down Under.