Following the Midlands’ white-out last weekend, the only drifting that occurred in Leicestershire shortly afterwards was generated by a 6.2-litre, 431PS V8 behemoth as it burnt away the remaining snow at Bruntingthorpe Proving Ground.
Officially known as the Vauxhall VXR8 Tourer, it’s part of the VXR8 range (which includes the saloon and Maloo pick-up) and is the UK’s largest estate car by load volume, as well as one of the world’s most powerful wagons.… Continue reading →
Vauxhall is set to wow Geneva show-goers next month with its ADAM ROCKS concept, an urban mini-crossover that could open a new segment in the industry.
Compared with the production ADAM, ROCKS is taller, wider, tougher yet more compact in appearance, while offering a cabrio roof. It showcases how ADAM’s unique personalisation – the current production model has over a million different specification and trim combinations – could be taken one step further.… Continue reading →
Whether you want a large car to the daily school run with or a nippy little runaround for your daily commute, I think it’s worth looking at getting a Vauxhall. The manufacturer has long been one of the most popular car brands in the UK, so I’m pretty certain that whatever your budget or requirements you can find something that’s right for you.… Continue reading →
Vauxhall today released full pictures of its Cascada full-size convertible that will launch the company into a fourth new sector this year, following on from its Ampera, Mokka and ADAM models.
The Cascada is a full four-seat, fabric-roof convertible which at nearly 4.7 metres in length is longer than an Audi A5 Convertible and positions Vauxhall in a sector that it hasn’t occupied since the 1930s.… Continue reading →
The reigning European Car of the Year just became even more desirable with the introduction of the Ampera Earth, available to from today at £29,995 including Plug in Car Grant.
The Ampera Earth is the entry level model in Vauxhall’s E-REV line up which also includes Positiv and Electron models. With features such as DAB, 7-inch touch screen display and bluetooth®, the Earth is far from basic.
These are the very first official shots of the soon-to-be-launched Opel Insignia’s interior, or to be precise, the UK market Insignia that bears the Vauxhall logo.
The Insignia, which could come to the States as a Saturn, features a relatively sporty wrap around interior design that has nothing in common with the Vectra’s ultra conservative cabin.… Continue reading →