FRANKFURT – General Motors Corp. uses the eve of the Frankfurt auto show here to unveil a luxury sedan concept from an all-new global premium large-car platform. The auto maker aims to re-enter that market with products for several continents, including North America. The first look at the premium platform is the captivating Opel Insignia concept, a 4-door “personal car” embodying a more muscular and upscale look for Opel going forward. Opel Insignia concept derived ...
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