An era ends - the last GM DNA disappears from Rüsselsheim

An era is about to end in Rüsselsheim. The Insignia, the last Opel model with GM DNA, is discontinued. This marks the end of a section of Opel history in which there was always a connection to Trollhättan. The exchange was particularly lively in the years before the end of Saab. The Swedes were involved with the first Insignia generation and at that time the 9-5 should have rolled off the assembly lines in Hesse. In fact, a three-digit number of new Saabs were built on the Main and not on the Göta Älv.

Opel Insignia - production ends (Picture: Opel)
Opel Insignia - production ends (Picture: Opel)

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