Vauxhall range revolution | Car Talk - Car News Oct 2018


14:42 Friday 12 Oct 2018

The new year will see the start of an ambitious overhaul of the Vauxhall range.

Between early 2019 and the end of 2020, Vauxhall aims to launch eight all-new or refreshed models, mainly in high volume and high growth market segments.

Called the PACE! plan, the programme includes all-new Corsa and Vivaro models, as well as a successor to the Mokka X.

The latest technology and improved combustion engines will ensure full CO2 emissions compliance, with four electrified vehicles also planned by the end of 2020 and the goal of 100% electrification by 2024. Order books for both the all-electric new five-seater Corsa and the Grandland X PHEV will be open by next summer, as Vauxhall works towards offering an electrified version of every one of its models.

In order to focus on high volume segments, Vauxhall will streamline its output with the ADAM and VIVA models not being replaced once they cease sale at the end of next year.


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