Vauxhall has ambitious plans for 2017 0
“2017 will be a landmark year for Vauxhall,” said Vauxhall Chairman and Managing Director Rory Harvey.
The carmaker intends to launch a new flagship model, in the shape of the new Vauxhall Insignia Grand Sport. The car will be an all-wheel drive, coupe inspired five-door premium hatchback. This will be joined in the Insignia line-up by a new version of the Sports Tourer model, to replace the current edition. The new edition is set to borrow design cues from the Monza concept that was released by Vauxhall three years ago. A third version of the Insignia, the Country Tourer, will be launched next year, adding an all-wheel drive and off-road brand to the fleet.
2017 will also see the unveiling of the Vauxhall Crossland X, a crossover model aimed at drivers wanting agility and convenience on the city streets, but with the comfort and performance on longer journeys.
The final car, in Vauxhall’s 2017 launch schedule will be an as yet untitled C-segment crossover, which the company has said will be a sporty design comparable in size to the Astra and Zafira Tourer.