Bye bye angles, helloooo curves!
The last Vectra achieved seemingly contradictory tasks of being both boring and ugly at the same time. Its replacement, the Insignia, suffers from neither of those problems.
80-kay limit ahead, sir
The windshield mounted camera scans the road for lane markings and can warn the driver if they are drifting out of their designated lane. That's cool and nifty, but it's already been seen elsewhere.
Insignia's new trick is that its camera can spot speed limit signs on the road ahead and display them in the dashboard's information window. Drivers can also set the cruise control to the posted speed limit.
Daewoo ... sorry, Holden Epica
High prices and dowdy looks killed Vectra sales in Australia, so Holden replaced it with a cheaper Korean model. The Epica was basically an updated and re-skinned Daewoo Leganza circa 1997 — it too has failed to set the sales charts on fire. Hopefully, either Holden sees the (Euro) light and brings the Insignia here or the next generation Epica is a stunner.