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PSA Group to offer electrified version of every Citroen, DS, Peugeot and Vauxhall model

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - The PSA Group has confirmed that it will offer an electrified version of every new model developed by its five brands – Citroën, DS, Peugeot, Opel and Vauxhall – from 2019 onwards. The French company will offer a fully electric or hybrid version of each new model, with 15 new electrified machines due in the next two years.

Nissan Pulsar axed from sale in the UK

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Nissan has removed the Pulsar family hatchback from sale in the UK as production of the car at its Barcelona plant ends. The Vauxhall Astra and Ford Focus rival is now no longer available to order or configure on Nissan's website, although dealer stock might still remain available in certain showrooms.

Vauxhall Corsa GSi 2018 UK review

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - As expensive as a Ford Fiesta ST and not much quicker than a Suzuki Swift Sport, the oversprung Corsa GSi falls well short of the class bestUntil Vauxhall sees fit to revive its recently mothballed VXR performance brand - perhaps with hybrid or EV models, according to the rumour mill - we have GSi. That once famous three-letter moniker was resurrected earlier this year by the larger Insignia GSi, a likeable car that we deemed worthy of 3.

Used car buying guide: Vauxhall Corsa VXR Nurburgring

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - If you’re over 18, you’re probably not that interested in a Corsa VXR, but stay with us. You’re never too old to have fun and the three-door Vauxhall, on sale from 2007 to 2014, serves it up in spades.

Vauxhall Combo Life 1.5 Energy 2018 UK review

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - New shared platform makes Vauxhall’s Van-based practical people carrier an assured performer and sensible SUV alternativeWith our ever-growing appetite for SUVs having left a big dent in the demand for traditional people carriers, van-based MPVs are some of the last bastions of practicality. The recipe (five or seven spacious seats, sliding doors for easy access, ample room in the back for almost anything you’d care to transport) was established almost two decades ago by the Citroen Berlingo, and now Vauxhall is following suit with the Combo Life.

Vauxhall boss on future plans & being "comfortably British"

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Stephen Norman, the 63-year-old car industry veteran who took charge of Vauxhall in January, is convinced that the “major highlight” of his 43-year career lies ahead. The task that will bring the glory to Norman and his team is the rapid restoration of Vauxhall to sales success and sustainable profitability, a project that a long line of decent managers, working under Vauxhall’s previous owner, General Motors, have already proved is no pushover.

Vauxhall takes charge of its own destiny

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - It’s not just the new Vauxhall GT X Experimental concept that creates the optimism, although it does seem almost good enough and plausible enough for production (were it not for those clap-hands doors, lack of door seals and meagre rear carrying space).   But the extra ingredient is the excitement of the people who have created the GT X; this makes you instantly aware that the project is different.

Autocar magazine 22 August - on sale now

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - This week’s Autocar has an 8-page showdown, as we pit Porsche’s new Cayenne Turbo against the Range Rover Sport SVR to find out which super SUV is best. Vauxhall, meanwhile set the tone for its entire future line-up under PSA ownership by revealing the electric GTX concept.

Sporty Vauxhall GT X concept hints at firm’s design future

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Vauxhall/Opel has revealed a sporty new B-segment SUV concept at its design centre in Rüsselsheim, Germany. Dubbed the GT X Experimental, it has been produced to provide a clear view of a changing design language for the brand.