Whilst launching the new Astra in Frankfurt it was announced that Vauxhall and Opel will be launching 29 new models and engines
Mary Barra announced that the new European models will include “an electric vehicle and a second flagship alongside the Insignia.
The SUV will replace the Antara and will be produced in Russelsheim and will give the brand a technical boost.
In 2016 Vauxhall will launch a new B-SUV which will complement the Mokka and a bigger C-SUV due in 2017.
Also on the way are more new engines. The product life of powertrains is now much shorter. This allows for more cost-effective CO2 reductions