The Opel Astra Facelift model comes in 2019, which, although semi-camouflaged in photos, shows that it is ready for production, and therefore sells.
We must immediately conclude that this is a normal facelift version that has hardly visible new details.
The semicoupled photo prototype is ready for serial production and will soon be presented at full power. The basic, cheaper versions of Astel’s facelift are expected to have headlights in standard halogen technology, and even more expensive models will have full front LEDs with integrated Intellilux adaptive system.
Since the Opel brand is owned by the PSA Group, it is expected that the gas and diesel engines will be used by the PSA consortium, and above all we mean Peugeot’s 1.2-liter THP Turbo engine, as well as the 1.5-liter BlueHDi. It’s just speculation, as this has not yet been officially confirmed, and it can easily happen that it will only come to life with the brand-new Astra model. Along with the engines, an eight-speed automatic transmission is also mentioned.
We would definitely like to remind that the Opel brand sold 158,674 Astra models in Europe last year, which is a 27 percent increase in its sales compared to 2017. As this facelift model will go on the market, we will only see, because there is already a brand new Skoda Scala, the new Golf comes, and there is also a dangerous competitor Ford Focus.