Opel's updated Insignia range has been unveiled in Europe this week, offering the first official look at the midsizer's revised styling inside and out.
There's subtle but significant changes at both ends, with redesigned headlights, a broader grille, new bumpers and new tail-lights setting the 2014 Insignia apart from the pre-facelift model.
In the cabin, there's a brand-new new steering wheel design with a flat-bottomed sports look, a more compact centre pad and new audio/cruise controls.
The centre instrument panel has also shaken off its outdated layout, gaining a larger display screen and a more spread-out button configuration.
As before, the 2014 Insignia will be offered in Europe in four-door sedan, five-door liftback sedan, and wagon form. Australian options will likely again include the sedan and wagon models only.
International engine options will include 88kW and 103kW versions of GM's 2.0 litre turbodiesel engine, with both listing fuel consumption figures as low as 3.7 l/100km.
Topping the diesel options will be the 2.0 litre BiTurbo CDTi, producing 143kW and 400Nm of torque.
On the petrol front, international options will include the new 1.6 SIDI turbo petrol engine, which will offer 125kW and 260Nm in the Insignia.
There's also a more powerful 184kW and 400Nm turbo 2.0 SIDI engine, which will sit below the top-shelf OPC sports model.
Australian details are still to be revealed, although we can likely expected the top petrol and diesel models to debut sometime early in 2014.
The updated Insignia range will make its overseas debut at this year's Frankfurt Motor Show.