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Interior and exterior redesign for Vauxhall Zafira Tourer


Vauxhall has updated its Zafira Tourer model with a new interior and an exterior facelift.

The new Zafira Tourer, which will be in showrooms in October, retains the Flex7 seating system, ergonomically-certified AGR front seats, the Flex-Fix bicycle carrier and FlexRide adaptive damping.

The latest generation IntelliLink infotainment systems with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility and OnStar, including 4G/LTE Wi-Fi hotspot, are now available. Vauxhall is also introducing full LED Adaptive Forward Lighting headlamps to the segment.

“The front design of the new Zafira Tourer takes the major characteristics of the award-winning new Astra, and anchors it in Vauxhall’s new portfolio.” said Mark Adams, vice president, GM Design Europe.

“Its sharp, precise double-winged daytime running lights convey a new level of sophistication, which is also reflected in the interior by a completely redesigned instrument panel. It is purer, clearer and easier to use.”

On the inside, the new Zafira Tourer comes with a completely new interior and instrument panel, which offers greater forward visibility by utilising a completely new one-piece design. The screen of the infotainment system, which previously sat on top of the centre console, has been replaced with a new integrated screen.

The lower position allows for many buttons to be eliminated with the switches now integrated into the overall design.

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