Refreshed Vauxhall Vivaro and Electric variant revealed
【Summary】Vauxhall has unveiled updated versions of its Vivaro and Vivaro Electric medium vans. The Vivaro Electric now has a range of 217 miles, up 12 miles from the previous version, and a new e-Power Take-off Unit. Both models feature Vauxhall's 'Vizor' front-end styling, LED headlights, and a 10-inch digital driver display. Prices start at £27,555 for the Vivaro and £42,055 for the Vivaro Electric, with sales beginning later this year.
Vauxhall has unveiled updated versions of its Vivaro and Vivaro Electric medium vans. Both models now feature Vauxhall's 'Vizor' front-end styling treatment, along with the option of LED headlights. The Vivaro Electric has also received an improved range, now capable of covering 217 miles on the WLTP cycle, which is a 12-mile increase from the previous version. Additionally, a new e-Power Take-off Unit has been introduced, allowing the traction battery to supply power to smaller tools or fridge units for cooled vans.
Inside the vehicles, there is a new 10-inch digital driver display and a 10-inch infotainment touchscreen available. Vauxhall has also added new assistance systems, such as Dynamic Surround Vision, which utilizes cameras above the rear doors and under the passenger-side mirror.
Customers will have a variety of options to choose from, including Prime and Pro trim levels, two vehicle lengths, and panel van, double cab, and platform-chassis variants. The prices for the updated models start at £27,555 for the Vivaro and £42,055 for the Vivaro Electric, excluding VAT. Notably, the Vivaro Electric is £2,580 cheaper than the outgoing model.
Sales of the updated Vivaro and Vivaro Electric are set to commence by the end of this year.
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