While the crossover craze has swept North America, General Motors’ Vauxhall and Opel brands have yet to fill out their portfolios with appropriate products.
That’s going to change very quickly, and according to Auto Express, there are four new crossovers coming for Vauxhall and Opel.
From smallest to largest, the product surge will begin with an Adam X crossover. The report states it will feature quirky design cues to compete with vehicles like the Fiat Panda Cross in Europe. The Adam X is said to debut sometime in 2019.
Next, a Corsa-based crossover will take on Nissan Juke and models of the like, which is due to arrive early next year. Moving right along, an Astra-sized crossover will enter the lineup to do battle alongside the Renault Kadjar and Nissan Qashqai.
But, Vauxhall and Opel’s flagship crossover vehicle will likely feature more premium amenities. It will be a seven-seat crossover with the Land Rover Discovery Sport in its sights. This vehicle won’t show its face until 2020, however.
The Corsa CUV will be a direct replacement for the aged Meriva, and the Astra CUV will likely help put the final nail in the Zafira Tourer‘s coffin. Both of these vehicles will share development and production with Peugeot-Citroen.
It’s also more than likely we will see cross-development between GM North America and GM Europe, especially between Buick.