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Vauxhall Crossland

Vauxhall Crossland driving side

The new Crossland will be bigger and bolder than the current car – a proper small SUV, rather than a lifted hatchback. As with its smaller sibling, the Corsa, it will be available with petrol and electric powertrains. The latter is expected to use Stellantis’s favoured combination of a 154bhp front-mounted motor and 51kWh battery for a range of around 250 miles. 

Everything we know about the Vauxhall Crossland

Vauxhall Grandland

Vauxhall Grandland camouflaged front turning

The Grandland will be reinvented as an electric SUV underpinned by the new STLA Medium platform, potentially allowing a range of more than 400 miles, as well as a rapid four-wheel-drive powertrain. It will be a similar proposition to the current Grandland but wears a more rakish roofline, and it might also take a new name.

Everything we know about the Vauxhall Grandland

Volkswagen ID 7

Volkswagen ID 7 front driving

Think of this not as a Tesla Model 3 rival but instead a much cheaper alternative to the Mercedes-Benz EQE. The ID 7 offers a hugely practical, comfortable interior, as well as ranges of 386 to 435 miles, depending on which version you opt for. Provided you can get on with the touch controls inside, it’s well worth a look at the starting price of £55,570.

Read our Volkswagen ID 7 review

Volvo EX30

Volvo EX30 front cornering

This small SUV is stylish and great to drive but doesn’t live up to expectations inside. The quality is fine, but the dominance of the infotainment touchscreen system – which most crucial controls are hidden behind – sours the taste. 

Read our Volvo EX30 review

Volvo EX90

Volvo EX90 front quarter driving

Volvo’s electric flagship was delayed due to software issues but is on track to launch later this year. Priced from £96,255, it offers a veritable feast of technology, with lidar sensors, interior lighting that mimics sunlight and bi-directional charging, plus much more besides.

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This notice was published: 2024-01-06 08:09:31

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