The revised version of the current generation Opel Insignia was caught testing for the last time back in February during extreme winter conditions. Now, the company took the Sports Tourer version out for a new testing session, but this time on the German roads.
As you can see the Insignia Sports Tourer started to loose its camouflage revealing more on the updates it will receive. Still, Opel decided to keep hiding the parts that will receive most of the updates: headlights, engine hood, front and rear bumpers. Opel will also offer some minor updates on the interior, including new materials and improved technologies.
Rumors suggest that the company will also work on some improvements under the hood, focusing on reducing the fuel consumption and lowering CO2 emissions.
Expect the revised Opel Insignia to be unveiled in September at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show.
Click past the jump to read more about the revised Opel Insignia Sport Tourer.
Updates for the exterior will be of course minimal, so do not expect anything big when it will arrive on the market. Opel will offer a modified set of headlights, more elegant lines on the hood, plus new bumpers.
Similar updates will be applied at the rear where we are going to see some modified bumpers and new tail lights.