Vauxhall to switch entire product line-up to EVs by 2028
Vauxhall is to become a purely electric brand by 2028, switching its entire product line-up to purely electric vehicles – seven years ahead of the UK Government deadline.
Today, Vauxhall already offers a comprehensive selection of electrified models – there are ten electrified models available to order, from the Corsa-e supermini to the large Movano-e van.
A further battery-electric model will follow by mid-decade in a new interpretation of the Manta, and the successors of the Vauxhall Crossland and Vauxhall Insignia will also be electric.
Vauxhall claim their future EVs will include driving ranges of between 310 miles (500km) and 497 miles (800km) and a best-in-class rapid-charging capability of 20 miles (32km) per minute.
By mid-decade, Vauxhall has said it will reinvent the Manta as a purely electric car – “an emission free, versatile and astoundingly spacious new interpretation of a classic”.
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