Vauxhall has made the Insignia Grand Sport safer, more spacious and more comfortable than the outgoing car. It is wider and has a longer wheelbase, and features high-end technology new to Vauxhall.
The car is on sale now, with deliveries due mid-summer.
Fuel efficiency is improved and the car has been developed to excel in new real-world emissions tests. Vauxhall has managed to shed up to 175kg in weight compared to the current Insignia, and aerodynamics are also better.
It will be offered with an LED matrix headlight option, which provides improved night time vision as well as a function to automatically avoid dazzling road users ahead with the main beam.
Lane-keeping assist is available along with the lane departure warning system, as well as adaptive cruise control and rear cross traffic alert, the latter warning of approaching vehicles when reversing out of car parking spaces.
There is a new eight-speed automatic transmission option, as well as a four-wheel drive variant (initially only available with auto), which has torque-vectoring technology, adjusting the drive to individual rear wheels to improve traction and stability when cornering.