Opel says its flagship model gets a more attractive interior and exterior styling, taking the award-winning design philosophy "sculptural artistry meets German precision" to the next level.
New, powerful and ultra-efficient direct injection engines, such as the 2.0CDT1 99g/km Turbo diesel and the new-generation Turbo petrol unit, will expand the wide engine portfolio.
A host of chassis enhancements will ensure greater comfort.
A completely new infotainment system generation will integrate many smartphone functions into the car and can be operated intuitively and simply via a touchpad in the centre console.
Dave Sheeran, Managing Director, Opel Ireland, said: "The successful Insignia has already won over more than 8,000 Opel drivers in Ireland since it launched in 2009.
"The new Insignia will thrill even more – with a high-quality and sleek cockpit, intuitive operation of infotainment systems, exemplary powertrains and even more expressive design than before.
"Our flagship model is now even more sophisticated and eye-catching – but in the midst of all this elegance, we have not forgotten what it's all about: to offer drivers and passengers a comfortable and safe driving experience with state-of-the-art technologies at an attractive price."
The new Opel Insignia also offers a host of technology, safety and comfort highlights.
These include: state-of-the-art radar and camera-based assistance systems, ranging from adaptive cruise control to side- blind zone alert; forward collision alert and second-generation park assist; premium seats with the AGR seal of approval and the keyless entry and start system 'Open & Start'.