The facelifted Opel Zafira is making a comeback in a new set of spy images showing partially camouflaged prototypes stretching out in the snow.

The facelifted Opel Zafira is making a comeback in a new set of spy images showing partially camouflaged prototypes stretching out in the snow.

We are not entirely sure, but it appears the boomerang headlights are going to be replaced with more conventional clusters that will look a lot like the ones fitted on the latest Astra. Double strips of LEDs will serve as daytime running lights and chances are matrix LED headlights will be optionally available at an additional cost, just like on the Astra and the Mokka X unveiled yesterday.

As a result of reshaping the headlights, the front bumper will also go through a series of changes and we expect some minor tweaks to the rear bumper as well. Although not visible on these prototypes, the graphics of the taillights will likely be modified a little bit, but nothing to write home about.

The biggest change inside the cabin will be represented by the implementation of Opel’s latest IntelliLink infotainment system with support for both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. This will be a very nice feature as it will remove some of the physical buttons to enable a cleaner look for the dashboard. An update to the safety and assistance systems is also on the agenda, including a revised Opel Eye front camera.

As far as the engine lineup is concerned, it will be largely carried over from the Astra K and will include among others the new turbocharged 1.4-liter gasoline unit and the “whisper diesel” 1.6-liter motor.

The Zafira facelift is set to premiere later this year, possibly at the Paris Motor Show in October.

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