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    lotus insignia 4.0 v6 bi turbo or
    lotus insignia 6.2 v8 supercharger
    sound good to me and rwd please


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    If they will do anything, it will be based on the HFV6, most probably the LGW twin turbo 3.0V6, which is producing 400 bhp in the Cadillac CT6 out of the box. The Insignia GS is designed to accomodate that engine, so there should be potential to extract more from the car if they decide on that configuration - but I wouldn't hold my breath for a cross-branded Lotus/Opel Insignia.


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    the hfv6 is capable to 4.0. the 3.6 v6 is mainly the same block

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    Quote Originally Posted by signum2.8 View Post
    the hfv6 is capable to 4.0. the 3.6 v6 is mainly the same block

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    Correct, but the LGW is the only forced induction unit after they discontinued the 3rd gen LF series and I don't think we'll see a high-volume naturally aspirated V6 in the Insignia. So my money is on the LGW, if they actually produce the thing. But with the way the Cadillac CT6 (which is bigger and heavier) I will be more than happy with that engine. Should be good for a 0-62,5 of around 4,5
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