A few months back, automotive spy photographers managed to capture a test mule of the upcoming Opel/Vauxhall Junior (if it doesn’t end up being called the Allegra) over in Europe. Now, a full-bodied Junior has managed to find its way into the sights of photographers once again, albeit with gobs of camouflage. For those that don’t know, this miniature mobile machine is set to slot below the subcompact Corsa, and looks to rival other premium mini cars such as the Mini Cooper and Fiat 500.
According to Auto Express, the upcoming Junior will launch in the time frame of 2013, and will ask for £11,000 when it does. Powering it will be a teensy 1.0-liter four pot that will focus on fuel economy rather than power. For a full gallery of the Junior, visit Auto Express.