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Stellantis – Vauxhall

A best-seller gets a fresh look and feel

One of the biggest names in the UK family car market, the Vauxhall Astra charges into 2022 with two levels of plug-in hybrid power, an all-digital dashboard and upgraded driver assistance systems. To power these first-of-a-kind features, Stellantis tapped TomTom’s electric vehicle (EV) suite with features such as range and routing, information on charging points along with connected navigation and advanced map tech.

High-tech makeover

For the very first time, the Vauxhall Astra is electrified, arriving in 2022 with two plug-in hybrid options. Thanks to TomTom EV suite, owners of electrified variants of the new Astra can drive relaxed with real-time info about compatible, available charging points along with the best routes to destinations near and far.

The 2022 Astra is the first Vauxhall to feature the all-digital Pure Panel cockpit, with a pair of 10-inch displays, central screen and additional head-up display. TomTom’s intuitive user interface is available across all screens and full-stack navigation tech is behind the dash – ensuring smooth, stress-free journeys.

Over-the-air map updates make sure drivers always take the most efficient routes. Connected services, including real-time traffic info, steer drivers clear of congestion, while intuitive voice-controlled navigation keeps their focus on the road.

2022 Astra models also come equipped with Vauxhall’s Intelli-Drive 2.0 assistance system, powered by TomTom’s Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) Map and electronic horizon software. These smart features reduce the cognitive load on drivers and help make journeys safer and more comfortable.


TomTom’s highly precise ADAS Map and electronic horizon software bring actionable information about the road ahead, way beyond the vision of drivers and vehicle sensors, delivering unprecedented levels of safety and comfort to the new Vauxhall Astra.

Antoine Saucier

Managing Director, TomTom Automotive

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