The 2017 Opel Zafira has leaked to the web ahead of an official unveiling later this year.
Posted by Autoevolution, the pictures reveal the facelifted model will eschew its Ampera-inspired front fascia for an all-new design that borrows a number of cues from the Astra. As you can see, the MPV has been equipped with a sportier front bumper, a revised grille, and restyled headlights. There doesn't appear to be many changes aft of the A-pillar but the model will likely feature an assortment of restyled alloy wheels.
Bigger changes occur inside the cabin as the Zafira has a new three-spoke steering wheel, a revised dashboard, and a modern instrument cluster that features a digital display. The button-intensive center stack has also been replaced by an all-new infotainment system which features a larger screen as well as modern connectivity features such as Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatibility. Little else is known about the interior but we can expect additional chrome trim and some new upholstery options.
Engine options remain unconfirmed but the Zafira is slated to adopt a new turbocharged 1.4-liter petrol engine and a new 1.6-liter diesel unit.