2019 Holden Commodore/Opel Insignia wagon facelift spied


A facelifted version of the Opel Insignia Sports Tourer wagon, which is sold in Australia as the Holden Commodore, has been spied undergoing testing in Europe.

Up front the Insignia prototype sports a disguised and completely reworked front fascia. From what we can see, the Insignia will gain a full-width grille which will blend into a set of redesigned headlights.

Not only will these changes give the Insignia a bolder and more distinctive look, but they seem to be a step towards the ‘visor’ design that made its debut on the GT X Experimental concept.

While the concept car featured a plexiglass “grille” with an illuminated badge in the centre, the Insignia looks as though it will feature a more traditional crosshatch design.

There’s also some tape on the the tail-lights, hinting at changes to the graphics, but we can’t quite discern what those modifications are.

We don’t know if the facelift is only skin deep, or whether the PSA Group is planning on fitting its own engines and infotainment systems into the Insignia.

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