The new Opel Insignia went for testsNovember 15, 2019
The updated Opel Insignia was spotted during road tests by photo spies. At the same time, two prototypes with partial camouflage came to the test at once. One is the regular model, and the other is the GSi version with an excellent assortment.
The amount of camouflage on two test cars is minimal and allows you to see the design of the headlights. Insignia will receive new daytime running lights that will better match the design of the new Corsa, the first brand new Opel model since its acquisition by the PSA Group.
Other notable changes include a new grille and a redesigned bumper for both the regular Insignia and the hotter version. The interior has been largely transferred from the current model, and this should not be surprising – the French owner probably does not want to spend a huge budget on the Insignia in its current form, since it is still based on the General Motors platform. However, small changes in the infotainment system can be expected.
Perhaps more interesting is what works under the hood. The GSi will probably retain the current 2.0-liter turbocharged engine with 260 horsepower (194 kilowatts), but it will be interesting to see if the cars will receive PSA engines.
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