After unveiling the slightly refreshed Astra earlier this year, Vauxhall is back testing the face lifted Insignia. This time around, two prototypes a saloon and a estate, are spied lapping the Nurburgring track in Germany.

Vauxhall has again hidden the front with heavy camouflage but we know the visual revisions will be kept to a minimum. The headlights should get updated internals, with the radiator grille likely to receive a refreshed mesh pattern and a different chrome strip to better correspond with the rest of Vauxhall’s current models, especially the new Corsa.

Where the big changes come are under the bonnet. The Insignia will probably benefit from engines developed by PSA. It’s logical for the Insignia to follow suit and adopt the PureTech and BlueHDI motors used by Peugeot and Citroen.

We will learn all about the 2020 Insignia in less than two months from now. The vehicle is reportedly going to debut at the 2019 Frankfurt Motor Show in September with an online premiere coming a few weeks earlier.