Completing the new Insignia range, alongside the Grand Sport hatchback and the Sports Tourer estate, the Country Tourer will get an improved four-wheel drive system as standard, as well as the pumped-up styling synonymous with this market.
Camouflage at the front of the development vehicle indicates where black body cladding will appear, although the rear is more comprehensively covered. It’s also higher-riding than the standard Insignia Sports Tourer estate.
The Insignia Country Tourer shares much with the Sports Tourer, meaning it’ll also get the 100 litres of extra boot space over the previous model which the Sports Tourer benefits from, as well as the new 1.6-litre CDTi diesel engine. Like its predecessor, the new Country Tourer will likely be available with both an eight-speed automatic or manual gearbox, although there will be a more limited selection of petrol engines than diesels.