The new Vauxhall Insignia Sports Tourer raises the bar for premium design in the mid-size estate sector, combining the elegance of its hatch and saloon siblings with an even higher degree of practicality and versatility.
Two new engines for the entire Insignia range also make their world premiere at the Paris Motor Show (October 4 - 19). The innovative 2.0-litre BiTurbo diesel with cleantech combustion system has 190PS, and the down-sized 1.6-litre petrol turbo engine produces 180PS.
The Insignia Sports Tour
The next generation Vauxhall Astra will receive its premiere at next year’s Frankfurt Show, delivering a compelling mix of technical innovation and groundbreaking design that promises to raise the bar in the compact sector.
With its flowing lines and signature sculpted blade, the new Astra will carry the spirit of
Inspired by Vauxhall’s record-breaking British Touring Car Championship team, a VXR styling pack is now available for the Astra TwinTop. Combining cutting edge design with VXR high performance appeal, the pack comprises a deep front spoiler skirt, side sills, rear spoiler and lower spoiler skirt. This latest accessor
Vauxhall has launched its first Astra ecoFLEX with a 1.7 turbo-diesel engine producing CO2 emissions of just 119g/km and fuel consumption of 62.8mpg on the combined cycle.
The new model, which is available in Hatch, Sport Hatch and estate guises, falls into the lowest BIK tax band for company car drivers, while pr
These are the first official shots of Vauxhall’s new Insignia estate, which will debut at the Paris Salon on 2 October.
Known as the Sports Tourer, it will be available to UK buyers in the second quarter of 2009 and will feature two new engines – a more powerful turbodiesel and a smaller capacity turbocharged
London. With its breathtaking design and leading technology, the new Vauxhall Insignia makes its world premiere at the 2008 British International Motor Show, with a clear remit to rejuvenate the traditional mid-size segment.
“In the same way that Astra and Corsa have freshened up their respective sectors, the new Vauxhall Insignia has been designed to breathe fresh air into what is traditionally a very conservative area of the market,” s
A stunning new Corsa VXR, known as the Arctic Edition, heads up a fresh trio of performance stars from Vauxhall and will make its UK debut at the British International Motor Show on July 22. Joining it on the stand will be the latest VXR8, with its potent new 6.2-litre, 431PS V8 engine, and the recently launched Astra Nürburgring Edition.
Only 500 Corsa VXR Arctic Editions will be sold in the UK, and each will sport unique Glacier White paint
First official shots of new Insignia’s interior
Use of high quality fabrics and materials
These are the very first official shots of the soon-to-be-launched Insignia’s interior, showing the immense attention to detail Vauxhall’s designers have lavished on the car’s cabin. Highlights include chronometer-inspired instruments, use of high-quality fabrics and materials, and a unique instrument lighting
VX Racing displayed outstanding race performances despite difficult weather conditions in today's round 13, 14 and 15 of the 2008 HiQ MSA British Touring Car Championship (BTCC) at Croft, North Yorkshire.
The Luton-based manufacturer took a brilliant race win in race three thanks to a stunning drive from Fabrizio Giovanardi behind the wheel of the Vectra VXR. Matt Neal added to the glory with three podium positions.
The team continues to dominate the BTCC Drivers', Manufacturers' and Teams
The ability of Vauxhall to offer a wide variety of van specifications proved particularly appealing to building maintenance specialists Johnson Controls when recently replacing a fleet of 60 vehicles.
The vans would be used on a contract to maintain buildings and equipment at 610 Shell service stations across mainland Britain. This called for different types of van to suit widely differing operating needs. The company also wanted to give its 60 engineers working on the contract a direct say in the specification
VX Racing continued to rule at Thruxton for rounds ten, 11 and 12 of the 2008 HiQ MSA British Touring Car Championship (BTCC), taking home two race victories with birthday boy Tom Onslow-Cole behind the wheel of the Vectra VXR and two third places for Fabrizio Giovanardi.
Giovanardi continues to lead the BTCC Driver
The 2008 Fleet World Awards held on 13 May at the Royal Automobile Club in London saw the all new Vauxhall Insignia win the highly coveted Editors Choice Award.
The Insignia, set for its World Premiere at this year’s British International Motor Show in London, combines class leading technology with dynamic design. Insignia is the most innovative, ambitious model ever to come from Vauxhall, combining the best environmental technologies with t
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