These are the first offical pictures of the interior of the new Vauxhall Astra.
The new Vauxhall Astra is scheduled to go on sale in December, after being shown in the metal for the first time at September's Frankfurt motor show.
Vauxhall says the interior 'marks a major shift towards premium design and quality'.
"Our goal was to make the perceptual quality in the interior of the next generation Astra as great as that of the Vauxhall Insignia," said Peter Hasselback, head of design appearance quality at Vauxhall. "This is in line with Vauxhall's mission to bring innovations and quality to the compact class."
Taking cues from the Insignia, the Astra interior uses Vauxhall's recurring 'wing and blade motifs'. The blade detailing can be seen in the shape of the door handles, for instance, and the gearshift and steering wheel mouldings. The wing design is most obvious in the wraparound dash design, where it arcs across the cabin into the door mouldings.
The interior also has ambient lighting, with the gearbox surround and center console illuminated from above and, depending on trim level, the door recesses are also illuminated.
Other standout details include the chrome trim on the main clocks and guages, as with the Insignia, and having the speedometer and tachometer angled towards the driver.