Perhaps, but lets not forget, the Opel Insignia Sports Tourer (sounds a lot like Sports Touring).Shouldn't that be "Estate" though?
Yes, but not just for a car. They also reserved it for cars, SUV's, trucks, vans, and engines/structural parts thereof. Meaning, they don't know what they will use it for but like the name and want to be able to use it on anything. The name probably tested very well in all of their market research after the reveal.Me too.
The Opel/Vauxhall Astra estate is formally known as Astra Sport Tourer and Insignia estate as Insignia Sport Tourer so maybe the next generation Insignia will come to Buick in estate form as well as saloon.Shouldn't that be "Estate" though?