Opel presents the new and practical Astra Sports Tourer

Following the world premiere of the next-generation Astra hatchback in September, Opel has today unveiled the eagerly awaited estate model version, the all-new Astra Sports Tourer. The newcomer will be available with two levels of plug-in hybrid electric drive, making it the German carmaker’s first electrified estate. The new Astra Sports Tourer also continues Opel’s successful tradition of compact estates, which began almost 60 years ago with the Kadett Caravan, the first such car in this class from a German brand.

VW Golf R Estate – is the most powerful compact estate so far

The new Golf R Estate is Volkswagen’s most powerful and dynamic Golf Estate so far. Sportiness meets everyday practicality. Top performance meets flexibility, with a spacious interior. The 235-kW (320-PS) Golf R Estate remains true to the tradition of its predecessors: a flexible all-rounder, comfortable leisure and family estate, and a sporty companion with impressive dynamics – thanks in part to the 4MOTION all-wheel drive system, including R Performance torque vectoring with wheel-selective torque control on the rear axle. The new Golf R Estate can be ordered in Germany and Europe now, with prices starting at € 51,585 (incl. 19% VAT).

Facelift and updates for Kia Ceed family

Kia’s best-selling Ceed range has received bold and contemporary enhancements for 2021, including dynamic and athletic design accents. The five-door hatchback, sports wagon estate and shooting brake versions will reveal an entirely redesigned front-end, sporty updates to the rear, restyled alloys and refreshed body colours and interior when the new models go on sale at the beginning of Q4. In response to customer and industry trends, the range will also be available with new powertrains and transmissions.