Vauxhall has announced it will use the 2012 International Motor Show in Geneva to showcase a pair of new autos that may appeal to prospective car leasing customers, as well as a “groundbreaking” concept vehicle.
Prior to its UK launch this summer, the 280PS Astra VXR will appear at the automotive event, offering crowds the opportunity to check out the carmaker’s latest model in the hot hatch category.
Delegates at the expo can also look forward to seeing the new Vauxhall Mokka, the manufacturer’s first ever small sports utility vehicle that offers motorists a choice of front and four-wheel drive.
However, attendees may be more excited to hear about the Vauxhall/Opel RAD e concept vehicle, described by the company as a “futuristic e-bike” that sports the same boomerang-shaped features seen on the Ampera and RAK e concept.
The announcement comes just a matter of weeks after Vauxhall launched its fourth-generation hydrogen fuel cell vehicle the HydroGen4 in the UK.
It was unveiled at the UK H2Mobility event, which saw industry stakeholders team up to investigate and develop hydrogen fuel-powered vehicles.
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