Vauxhall's plans to become a purely electric brand in Europe by 2028 are not a secret, but the company is now providing more information regarding the specific EV models powering this transition.
The highlight will be the already confirmed Vauxhall Manta, which will arrive by mid-decade as a modern, zero-emissions interpretation of the iconic coupe. Vauxhall says it will be emissions-free and versatile, "a car that fans crave." Looking at the familiar teaser image, it's plain to see that the electric Manta will have an extra pair of doors compared to its namesake and will adopt a crossover body style.
Vauxhall have also confirmed that the successors to the Crossland and Insignia will also be electric. The next Crossland will be called the Frontera. No additional details are available, but chances are these models will arrive before 2025, as the current-generation Crossland and Insignia both launched in 2017.