New GSi performance variant aims to boost the the appeal of what is already a practical, well equipped estate car
Vauxhall Insignia Sports Tourer long-term review
How suited is this estate to the demands of the business traveller? We aim to find out
Why we’re running it: To discover if Vauxhall’s flagship offers an unbeatable mix of practicality, value and executive comfort in estate formMonth 6 - Month 5 - Month 4 - Month 3 - Month 2 - Month 1 - Specs
Life with a Vauxhall Insignia Sports Tourer: Month 6
Like the Stones, we have our very own mobile recording studio - 4th July 2018
I’m going to let you in on a secret. Let me explain. When you watch one of our Autocar video reviews on YouTube, you’ll hear a voiceover. In order to commit this to tape, we have to find as silent a space as possible, because the sensitive microphones pick up every squeak, raindrop and passing aircraft in glorious high definition.
Luckily, car makers tend to spend a lot of time soundproofing their cabins to eliminate road and wind noise at motorway speeds. This makes the rear seat of a car about as good a place as you’ll find to record voiceover without building your own bespoke sound booth.