Vauxhall shows new

electric MPV

Vauxhall Combo e-Life, 2021, charging
Vauxhall Combo e-Life, 2021, front
Vauxhall Combo e-Life, 2021, rear
Vauxhall Combo e-Life, 2021, interior
Vauxhall Combo e-Life, 2021, boot
Vauxhall Combo e-Life, 2021, badge

THE first images of Vauxhall's new all-electric Combo-e Life van-based people mover have been released showing the vehicle in seven-seat guise.

The Combo-e Life will be available in both five and seven-seat configurations and is due on sale in the autumn when prices will be announced.

With a range of up to 174 miles Vauxhall says the Combo-e Life can be recharged up to 80 per cent capacity in around 30 minutes,

It has a 0 to 60 acceleration time of 11.2 seconds with Medium models measuring 4.4 metres long and the bigger XL variant 4.75 metres.

The five-seat Medium version has up to 597 litres of boot space, extending up to 2,126 litres of space with the rear row folded while XL variants come with 850 litres of space, and up to 2,693 litres with the rear rows folded.

In addition, the front passenger seat can be fully folded extending the length of the load area so that larger items, such as surfboards can be carried inside.

The new Combo-e Life is also available with an electronically controlled panoramic roof which adds an extra overhead storage compartment with an additional 36-litres of space and comes with LED roof lights.

Vauxhall says all versions come with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone connectivity and are available with Vauxhall's Multimedia Navi Pro system featuring an eight-inch touchscreen with live traffic updates.

Driver safety features include forward collision alert with pedestrian protection, automatic emergency braking, lane keep assist, driver drowsiness alert, traffic sign recognition, and hill descent control.

There is also an option of a rear vsion camera that gives a 180-degree view of the rear of the car when reversing.


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