All signs indicate that General Motors is diligently working on a family of new compact global crossovers that will all share a common architecture, called D2XX (“D2,” for short). This architecture will also be responsible for compact passenger cars, such as the next-generation Chevrolet Cruze. It is said that as much as 12 nameplates will be supported by this single architecture, and one of them will be the next-generation Opel Antara.
According to WorldCarFans.com, the next-generation Antara will ditch the current Theta architecture (which seems to be going by the wayside altogether) in favor of this more flexible platform. But don’t expect it any earlier than Spring 2015.
If you’re curious as to what other GM vehicles are expected to adopt D2XX in the future, click here.