THE Frontera nameplate will be back on the UK’s roads as an all-new electric SUV suitable for SME fleet drivers.
And it looks to be light years ahead of the original Luton-built model of the late eighties.
Vauxhall describes it as a “fun car with functional features” – in other words perfectly suitable for business during the week, while adaptable to outdoor pursuits or family duties at the weekend.
Vauxhall says the arrival of the battery-electric variant of the new Frontera, along with the launch of the all-electric version of the next generation Grandland (also scheduled for this year), will mark an important milestone in the British brand’s transition to becoming a fully electric brand. The brand will then offer at least one fully electric version across its entire car and van range.
The range of fully electric Vauxhall models available today encompasses both cars and vans:
- Corsa Electric,
- Mokka Electric,
- Astra Electric
- Astra Sports Tourer Electric,
- Combo Life Electric
- Vivaro Life Electric
- New Combo Electric,
- New Vivaro Electric and
- New Movano Electric.
New fleet software called DriverLite has been launched by FleetCheck that can be adopted for free by any business that operates cars and vans.
Chasetown Civil Engineering is running a significantly more efficient fleet thanks to a bespoke solution from CBVC Vehicle Management