Concept car gives clues to next Vauxhall 4x4
23 September 2003

The new Cadillac SRX points the way to Vauxhall’s next Frontera, due in as little as three years’ time. The SRX goes on sale this month in the USA as a 260bhp V6 or 320bhp V8, but the seven-seat SUV is also rumoured to provide the basis for a Volvo XC90-rivalling Vauxhall off-roader.
Bespoke Vauxhall-penned styling would replace the wedgy Caddy look and the European versions are sure to utilise the next generation diesel and four cylinder petrol engines.

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