The automobile brand is gearing up for something extraordinary for next year as the Vauxhall Crossland X name has been confirmed for the next car in the lineup.
It will be a flagship model that’s better than the Mokka X and will lead a series of launches in 2017.
Vauxhall has confirmed that five different cars will be launched one after the other, out of which the flagship model Crossland X seems like a promising entry in the sector. The company claims that it will be one of the most family friendly car to be launched in 2017 with enough space to offer better comfort to all passengers onboard and ready to cover long distances without any difficulty. The car is going to replace the outgoing Meriva and will be a compact crossover. There’s another bigger SUV inspired by Zafira scheduled to hit dealership stores next year.
Besides these SUVs, Vauxhall is going to launch multiple variants of Insignia. Three of them will get launched in 2017, the first one named the Insignia Grand sport leading the lineup. The car is a five door hatchback as confirmed by the team which has a sleek roofline inspired by coupe but will deliver powerful performance on the road with an all-wheel drive system. A prototype version of the car was recently spotted but it was heavily camouflaged making it difficult to make out the design.
The next in the series will be the Insignia Sports Tourer which has a similar four-wheel drive. The overall design of the car will be very similar to the Monza Concept design showcased at the 2013 expo. The third in the list is the Country Tourer with similar specs but a different design. Vauxhall is aiming to offer a large car for audience in every segment, with varying sizes and design. It should help them generate more sales and allow the company to expand their stronghold in the market further.
“Our team is quite excited about 2017. It is the year when Vauxhall is about to add a lot of cars to the portfolio. Quality and innovation drive us forward. We are sure that some of our products will surprise our customers and convince them to go with it,” said Vauxhall’s Chairman Rory Harvey.
He also said that customer expectations are drastically changing every year and it is important to have a car in every range to keep them engaged. With multiple models under their sleeve, the company aims to attract a new breed of buyers. The Vauxhall Crossland X is the first of many models.