Spyshots: Opel Insignia Facelift Loses Some Camo

Spyshots: Opel Insignia Facelift 6 photos
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Earlier today, we showed you a series of spyshots of the upcoming Opel Insignia CrossFour, a crossover version of the German wagon. This will be launched together with the Opel Insignia Facelift, which you can see testing in the adjacent images.
The front and rear fascias will receive slight revisions, with the most important changes being the new instrument clusters, which will borrow their styling from those on the new Opel Cascada. Up front, the new grille will be more striking than before, while at the back we’ll get a chrome line running in between the taillights.

As for the interior, this will also show limited modifications and the main change is expected to come in the form of a new infotainment system.

The same can be said about the engine range. The units will be carried over from the current Insignia, albeit with various tweaks aimed at improving efficiency. However, Opel is expected to give us a beefier Insignia OPC, which should be powered by a turbocharged 2.8-liter V6 delivering up to 400 hp - the unit currently produces 321 hp.

Opel is expected to bring the revamped version of the Insignia to this autumn’s Frankfurt Motor Show.
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