Opel/Vauxhall has officially unveiled the 2013 Insignia facelift. The restyled D-segment sedan will make its public debut this fall at the Frankfurt Motor Show.

The exterior of the new Insignia facelift comes with a remodeled front fascia, updated headlamps and a revised front bumper. In the back we see new taillights, a revised air diffuser and a modified bumper. 

Inside the cabin the center console was changed, the steering wheel has a new design and there are better materials. The 2013 Insignia facelift will be offered with the brand new infotainment system that works via an eight inch touch screen display. 

Under the hood, the German car maker is offering three engines. We are talking about two gasoline units and a diesel engine with two stages of power. For the petrol heads, Opel Insignia facelift comes with the 1.6 SIDI Turbo unit that outputs 170 HP and 260 Nm and with the 2.0 liter SIDI Turbo engine that produces 250 horsepower.
For diesel fans, the Russelsheim based car maker is coming with the 2.0 CDTI unit available with 120 HP or 140 HP. According to the German officials, the unit has a fuel consumption of 3.7 liters per 100 km (3.9 for Sports Tourer version). 

Source: Opel