It is well-known that Opel is planning the introduction of the all-new Insignia next year, but besides the standard version, the carmaker is also preparing a hardcore version called for now the “Grand Sport”, which will be unveiled next year in March, at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show.
Some while ago, the high-end model was previewed in just a handful of details but now the carmaker has released a couple of easer images which showcases the car`s new headlights.
We are looking here at the car`s new-gen of IntelliLux LED headlights which will be extremely effective in all road conditions, thanks to 32 LED segments, which promise to turn “night into day without dazzling other road users.”
As the carmaker explains, the IntelliLux LEDs are “precisely adapted” and illuminates the asphalt for up to a distance of 400 meters, automatically switching themselves according to the road conditions up-ahead, from town to other types of roads, and so on.
Ingolf Schneider, Engineering Group Manager Exterior Lighting at Opel, has also declared that:
“From the Astra we know how much customers appreciate the benefits of IntelliLux LED matrix headlights. Now we are bringing the even more advanced second generation of this innovative technology onto the market in the all-new Insignia, with additional new functions that further improve visibility at night.”
Once it will arrive in the United Kingdom, the model will be marketed as the new Vauxhall Insignia Grand Sport, while in Australia the model will be launched as the new Holden Commodore. In North America, the model will be known as the next-gen Buick Regal.