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08 OPEL crossover? or sedan?

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That's definetly a chop based on the Opel Insignia concept of a couple years ago. It could be accurate, but I'm not so sure it is.

Notice the similarity in the rear to the next ION, just like AH-HA said a while ago.

I can't find the exact base pic they used, but this is pretty close:

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This appears unchanged from the artist rendering of some months back (above link). Word was the program was cancelled in favour of the SUV-type vehicle. Where did this new photo/chop come from?

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The pics seem to have no relation at all to the vehicle discussed in the article - an R-Class type MPV mentioned months ago by Automotive News. "Fullsize" should be taken in a European context, not an American one, however. Edited by thegriffon

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Can that be the Buick Invicta?

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I wish. But it'll we'll most likely see a Saab badged lux version in the states... my question is, where does that leave Saturn. Do they get a version here too? I always loved that concept.

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I doubt you'll see anything like this at all on a rwd platform. (Obviously the next Ion and probably the next Vectra and then Aura will follow this design), or indeed any rwd Opel except the GT. Apply this styling to a fwd/awd crossover sport tourer like the swb R-Class and you have what they are talking about. The sedan body is a red herring.

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