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Refreshed Opel Insignia Will Get Latest IntelliLink with Touchpad Control

The system will debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September

The screen can be touched to operate or users can use voice commands or the touchpad

When it reveals the refreshed InsigniaInsigniaOpel InsigniaGermany, 2003 > present470 versions
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at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September, OpelOpelOpelGermany, 1863 > present85 models
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will also be unveiling a new generation of its IntelliLink infotainment system for the car that includes an 8in touchscreen controlled by a touchpad, voice control and steering wheel-mounted buttons. Opel says that the system is as robust as before but features simplified operation.

The system has a touchpad between the seats that users trace their finger over to control. It recognizes both handwriting and movement and vibrates when users are floating over an option on the screen. It also supports two-finger and three-finger gestures for more advanced controls. When searching for addresses or songs, users can write out the letters, and the screen displays the users' most likely selections.

The steering wheel has buttons to activate the voice command system and buttons for the most common infotainment functions.

The system can also be controlled by simply pressing on the screen itself.

The instrument panel features a separate 8in display and can be customized to the driver's liking for the positions of the speedometer, tachometer and other gauges. It also displays smartphone info and the radio station.

The stereo can be optionally updated to the Bose Sound System that equips the Insignia with nine speakers, two subwoofers and four tweeters for €580.

A less sophisticated version of the IntelliLink system is already available for order on the AdamADAM Gen.1Opel ADAM Gen.1Germany, 2012 > present39 versions
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1 comment

User happy with its touchpad because it works smoothly like touchpad of a laptop. Check on if you have any issue with your laptop
24.09.2018 @ 22:06


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