Reimagined to the extreme, the new Frontera offers the perfect family SUV for more sustainable adventures.
- Originally built in the 1990s, it was based on Japanese maker Isuzu’s ‘Mysterious Utility’ (MU) 4x4.
- Rushed to market, the model had little success and fell short when it came to performance and comfort.
- This year, the model is making a strong comeback with a refreshed design and an all-electric powertrain.
- Expected to launch in 2024, the Frontera will join Vauxhall’s latest SUV range.
The Vauxhall Frontera is back – but it’s not the Frontera we once knew. With a new look and modern technology, it may just be the perfect choice for your next family adventure.
Though we don’t yet know a lot about this electric SUV, Vauxhall has shared a few key features to expect:
Spacious and versatile
Wide, generous proportions make this large SUV more welcoming and inviting for all the family.
Fully electric powertrain
The new Vauxhall Frontera will be 100% electric, powered only by an electric battery and motor. For a cleaner, more sustainable drive.
Bold & Pure design
Like many of Vauxhall’s other latest models, the new Frontera will reflect the brand’s Bold & Pure design ethos. From the signature Vauxhall Vizor grille to a clean, clutter-free digital set-up.
Making the future of electric motoring more accessible to all, the new Frontera is to be offered at a pleasing price.
Keep updated on the new Vauxhall Frontera
The new Vauxhall Frontera is set to launch in 2024. It follows the release of the new electric van and SUV ranges. With its launch, Vauxhall will have reached its goal to offer an electric version of all models by the end of the year.
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