Vauxhall has revealed first images of the all-new Insignia, the brand’s flagship large saloon with a refreshed design and a wide range of improved technology features. Vauxhall, along with its sister brand Opel, is looking to add to the success of the 1.2 million Insignia models delivered to customers (over 300,000 to UK customers) since it was first introduced ten years ago.
Vauxhall will launch the new Vivaro-e next year, the pure battery electric version of its best-selling medium van. Following the addition of the all-electric Corsa-e and plug-in hybrid Grandland X Hybrid4 to its product range, the Vivaro-e marks the next chapter in Vauxhall’s electrification strategy.
Xavier Peugeot, Senior Vice-President of Groupe PSA’s Light Commercial Vehicles Business Unit, said: “Groupe PSA is pushing ahead with the electrification of its LCV range by offering electric versions of compact vans for business and individual customers. Without compromising on features, the range will help strengthen our leadership in this segment in Europe. In 2021, our entire range of LCVs and their passenger car equivalents will be electrified.”
Vauxhall has announced a new range of BiTurbo engines for the Movano offering higher power, more torque and greater efficiency. The company says that thanks to low fuel consumption and long service intervals, the new BiTurbo engines greatly reduce the cost of ownership for businesses and fleet operators.
Vauxhall has announced the brand-new Surround Rear Vision camera system for the Combo Cargo, further enhancing safety for the driver and other road users. The system provides all-round visibility and helps drivers to safely turn and manoeuvre the van.
Just weeks after opening reservations for the battery-electric version, Vauxhall’s all-new fifth generation Corsa, which features a new range of petrol and diesel powertrains, is available to order now priced from £15,550 on the road. Diesel models start at £17,560.
Vauxhall has revealed the first pictures of its updated Astra, which features a new range of petrol and diesel powertrains. Customers will benefit from reduced CO2 and fuel consumption, as well as new technology and equipment. Development in the wind…
Groupe PSA has announced its intention to manufacture the next generation Astra in two plants in Europe. The group has confirmed that the Russelsheim plant will manufacture Astra and that it is planned that the second plant will be Ellesmere Port in the United Kingdom.
Just a few weeks after the presentation of the battery-electric version, Vauxhall has released first pictures of the all-new fifth generation Corsa, that features a new range of petrol and diesel powertrains.
The Vauxhall Corsa, one of Britain’s most popular cars, is going electric, and is now available for reservation. Vauxhall describes the Corsa-e as the flag-bearer for a completely new Corsa range, based on Vauxhall’s CMP Multi-Energy Platform.