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Next Opel/Vauxhall Astra Expected In 2021 With PSA Platform, PHEV Powertrain


The Opel and Vauxhall brands will be integrated into PSA furthermore with the heir to the Astra that's said hit the market in 2021.

The Astra L will change to the EMP2 stage that underpins various categories of PSA commodities, in particular, diesel the new Grantland X SUV, reports Caradisiac.


This will allow it to adopt more powertrains from the French monster. In addition to the petrol components, expected with productions between 110 PS( 108 hp/ 81 kW) and 220 PS( 217 hp/ 162 kW ), the seventh generation Astra will stay true-blue to diesels, very, that are believed to produce from 100 PS( 99 hp/ 74 kW) to 180 PS( 177 hp/ 132 kW ).


Furthermore, the EMP2 architecture will allow the compact car to accept electrification. Thus, a plug-in hybrid powertrain is on the cards, likely consisting of a petrol cell with an electric machine that, blended, should produce in excess of 200 PS( 197 hp/ 147 kW ).

Design wise, the 2022 Opel/ Vauxhall Astra will be more dynamic than the current representation, taking some styling cues from the Grantland X, while its footprint will remain approximately the same, with a portion of 4. 35 meters( 14.3 hoofs ).
Before propelling the all-new generation, though, Opel/ Vauxhall will roll out a facelifted copy of the current Astra that's already three years old. Prototypes have already been spotted experimenting in the open, with the front end contained within camouflage, which suggests a new bumper, headlights and reworked grille.

The facelifted Astra will likely debut before the end of the year at a standalone contest, as the PSA-owned symbol will hop-skip the upcoming Paris Auto Show.
Source by carscoops.com
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