Vauxhall reveals new Frontera

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Vauxhall has announced the return of the Frontera nameplate in 2024. The name will make its comeback on an all-new SUV model.


The new Frontera, which will be presented later this year, will be a fun car with clever functional features. It will also display a new rugged interpretation of Vauxhall’s bold and pure design philosophy. The new Frontera will be available as a battery-electric vehicle from the very start.

James Taylor, Managing Director, Vauxhall, said: “The name ‘Frontera’ is ideally suited to our exciting new SUV model. It will have a confident character and be positioned right in the core of the market.”

The new Vauxhall Frontera will come with a high level of space and versatility and thus appeal to customers with an active lifestyle and families alike. The newcomer will also continue Vauxhall’s long-standing tradition of bringing affordable mobility to a wide range of customers by being offered at an attractive price.

Due to be revealed in the coming weeks ahead of deliveries starting at the end of the year, the new Frontera is larger than the Crossland which it replaces and will introduce the option of an electric powertrain.

It will be launched shortly ahead of the replacement for the larger Grandland, which will be the final model in the Vauxhall line-up to get an EV variant.

For more see: Vauxhall Frontera Forum

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Full details have now been revealed:

Vauxhall has revealed the first images of the new Frontera. The fun and spacious new C-SUV will be available as a battery-electric variant from launch, with customers also able to opt for variants with 48-volt hybrid technology.

James Taylor, Managing Director, Vauxhall, said: “With its combination of rugged design, spaciousness, clever solutions and efficient powertrains, our new Vauxhall Frontera will appeal to a wide range of customers who want to stand out from the crowd. It is ideally suited to the urban and sub-urban environment with a fully electric version available from launch.”

The new Frontera impresses at first sight with its rugged interpretation of Vauxhall’s bold and pure design philosophy. The upright front silhouette and the unique front proportions of the new Frontera combine a functional and spacious cabin volume with a very bold and tough, but modern and expressive look. The black Vizor gives the front of the Frontera a unique identity and seamlessly integrates the Eco LED headlamps with automatic high beam, and the central Vauxhall griffin logo. The Vizor is supported by a trapezoidal cooling opening in the lower third and emphasises the solid and robust stance of the car.

The well-known Vauxhall wing lighting signature shines in a modern interpretation with three lighting blocks being separated by body-coloured insets. The side view reveals a distinctive C-pillar, which visually splits the spacious cabin. Elsewhere, the pronounced wheel arches plant the car firmly on the road while also giving the Frontera a solid and modern look.








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Post by Gomoca »

Cute and modern, but still a camouflaged PSA product, that's my opinion!!!
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Post by geoff3521 »

I agree
Vauxhall seems to losing its own identity
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Post by Cyberbob »

It is heavily based on the new C3 Aircross but looks OK and will be much more sensibly priced. New interior looks great and metal work especially the rear looks nice but you can see the C3 in it too.

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