News results for "vauxhall"

Renault plans new sister model to Captur crossover

Posted By GMbeat on Articles

https://www.autocar.co.uk - Renault will join brands such as Vauxhall, Citroen and Ford by offering two similar-sized small crossover models in its future lineup.   Rumoured as early as 2017, the the French brand is developing a sibling to the soon to be revealed Mk2 Captur, and could reveal it in 2020.

Used car buying guide: Volkswagen Eos

Posted By GMbeat on Articles

https://www.autocar.co.uk - The Volkswagen Eos is a member of that select group of hatchback-derived coupé-cabriolets that graced the noughties and included the Ford Focus, Vauxhall Astra, Peugeot 308 and Renault Mégane. Of them all, though, the Eos was the poshest, a status reflected in its higher price.

New Vauxhall Corsa kickstarts rejuvenation of British brand

Posted By GMbeat on Articles

https://www.autocar.co.uk - The new Vauxhall Corsa is the first of a raft of Vauxhalls and Opels aimed at rejuvenating the brand with new levels of design integrity and engineering.   Opel-Vauxhall vice president of design Mark Adams told Autocar at the Corsa’s unveiling last week that the new model – built on a PSA Group platform that will give it petrol, diesel and electric variants – was engineered to the most robust standards in the company’s history, despite a massively shortened development programme after PSA bought GM’s European arm in 2017 and started afresh.

Corsa-e electric hatchback is part of Opel's first move independent of GM

Posted By GMbeat on Articles

https://www.greencarreports.com - Opel revealed last week that it will sell an all-electric version of the latest Corsa hatchback, its first new car after almost a century as GM's European subsidiary. The new Corsa-e is based on the platform of the DS 3 Crossback, a small car from the French PSA Group, which bought Opel (and its British sibling Vauxhall) in 2017.

Fairytale Characters Go From Riches to Rags in These New Vauxhall Spots

Posted By GMbeat on Articles

https://www.adweek.com - British automaker Vauxhall found an attention-grabbing way to notify audiences about the reverse parking camera that comes standard with its Atria. A new animated campaign from Velocity, McCann's agency unit dedicated to Vauxhall Motors and MRM Madrid, tells three fairytale stories in reverse. Cinderella, Jack and The Ugly Duckling start off well but find over.