Vauxhall Zafira Tourer facelift – latest spy shots
The facelifted Vauxhall Zafira MPV continues to be spied winter testing in front of its public debut.
Our spies caught the approaching Zafira in Scandinavia, with heavy camouflage in front and rear meaning that this is when a lot of the revisions is going to be made.
With the camouflage, it may be observed that the leading-finish styling continues to be tweaked to suit more using the new Astra and Corsa, with increased taken-back headlights along with a revised grille one of the changes. The distinctive boomerang-formed headlights and front lights surrounds is going to be transported over in the pre-facelift model. Styling changes in the rear are not as easy to create out, however a revised bumper is recommended through the camouflaged area.
Inside, the Zafira will take advantage of the same dramatic changes observed in the brand new Astra and Insignia models, having a more intuitive, modern layout and upmarket materials, in addition to following a industry-wide trend of adopting a bigger touchscreen infotainment system to minimise using dash-mounted buttons.
No further changes are visible, so the chances are the Zafira will keep exactly the same 710-litre bootspace with five seats in position because the current-generation Zafira. The trunk doorways continue to be conventional hinged doorways, therefore the Zafira will don’t have the sliding doorways that a lot of its rivals benefit.
We anticipate getting an initial official consider the approaching Zafira within the coming several weeks, although following the current Zafira’s launch this year, the vehicle is not likely to take purchase until late 2016 or early 2017.