Vauxhall has released further teaser images of the Insignia, which is being launched at the British International Motor Show on July 22.
The pictures show a darkened front end of the car and a detailed photo of a headlamp, which will adjust its beam according to conditions.
The technology on the headlamp is an extension of Vauxhall's current AFL system, which moves the light beams as a car corners to give better visibility.
The new system includes features such as a special daytime function, which consumes less energy and therefore fuel, and a variety of beam patterns to provide the best visibility in different situations, such as town and country driving.
The Insignia is replacing the Vectra in Vauxhall's line-up as the company attempts to push its image upmarket, and is scheduled to go on sale later this year. Prices are expected to start at 15,000.