News results for "vauxhall"

Geneva motor show 2016: we pick our star cars

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - The Geneva motor show has given us a close look at many of the new cars that will be coming to the UK over the next year, as well as a glimpse into the future of brands like DS, Vauxhall and VW. With so many cars on display, we've selected the very best new metal.

Vauxhall VX220-style future ruled out for new Vauxhall GT Concept

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Enthusiasm for the Vauxhall GT Concept is high at the manufacturer, but the firm’s new boss has ruled a niche collaboration of the kind that delivered the Vauxhall VX220 doubtful. Rory Harvey told Autocar: “The ability to invest in a niche product has to be driven by a business case, and currently that’s less likely.

Vauxhall GT Concept makes Geneva show debut

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - The Vauxhall GT concept has been shown off ahead of the car's global debut at the Geneva motor show. The two-seat coupé concept is described as "a template for future sports car" and is broadly similar in size and mechanical layout to a Mazda MX-5 but has ultra-modern, flowing lines and a fixed roof.

The Vauxhall GT Concept is a back-to-basics sports car for the masses

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - At a Vauxhall preview ahead of the Geneva motor show, Vauxhall-Opel design boss Mark Adams gave us an insight into the new Vauxhall GT Concept. At just 3.

GM's Astra Wins European Car Of The Year Award 

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - The Opel-Vauxhall Astra family sedan beat out other contenders like the BMW 7 Series luxury limo and the Jaguar XE for the award. The Astra needs to succeed if Opel-Vauxhall is to return to profit as promised by 2016.

Vauxhall Astra named as European Car of the Year for 2016

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - The new Vauxhall Astra has been announced as the winner of the European Car of the Year award for 2016. At a ceremony this afternoon at Geneva’s exhibition centre, on the eve of the Geneva motor show, the Astra was announced the jury’s favourite by a narrow margin: it was given 309 points, versus the 294 points of the runner-up, the Volvo XC90.