Opel has unveiled details of the facelift that the brand's flagship model, the Insignia family, has undergone. Modified and sedan and wagon, but the changes were limited to some technological innovations and "tightening" appearance.
However, while the restyled family declassified only partially. For example, Opel told about a new grille with "three-dimensional" cells, a larger logo, a new plastic bumper with different sockets for fog lights and a revised form of the exhaust system tips: they are now trapezoidal, not round.
A separate emphasis in the message is on the head optics. The top-end Insignia is planned to be equipped with A new generation of intellilux headlights, in the design of which 84 LEDs are now used instead of the previous 32.
It is claimed that now "smart" headlights can much more accurately control the configuration of the light beam: there is much less chance to dazzle oncoming high beam, and curbs and turns are illuminated more efficiently.
Photos of the interior Opel has not yet released, limited only to a statement about the upgraded multimedia system and wireless charging for gadgets. There is no information about the engine range, although there are promises of some completely new engines for Insignia. Perhaps the company was able to make friends with the model of French motors: Opel is now part of the Alliance PSA.
And in our market, the model may appear only after the change of generations - when the Insignia will completely move to the aggregate base of Peugeot-Citroen. While General Motors solutions are used in the design of the model, the way to the Russian market for Insignia is closed (the same situation with Opel Astra).