A sedan is not part of the lineup, and considering how such models are losing ground to high-riders too, it might not be in the pipeline at all. Nonetheless, that hasn’t stopped XTomi from imagining how a four-door Opel Astra L could look like, treating the wagon as a blank canvas for the rendering. It obviously has a shorter and more raked roofline, redesigned back end, and that’s about it, because everything else is identical to the Sports Tourer.
Opel’s (and Vauxhall’s) hypothetical Astra L Sedan would share the powertrain family with its siblings. This means that it would launch with a 1.2-liter three-pot, with 108 and 128 hp, and a 128 hp 1.5-liter four-banger diesel. Plug-in hybrids would be on stage too, with 177 and 222 hp, respectively. Both of them combine a 1.6-liter turbo-four with an electric motor and a 12.4 kWh battery pack and have an electric autonomy of up to 35 miles (56 km) on the WLTP cycle.
Now, even though a four-door version of the Opel Astra would be nothing to write home about in terms of performance unless the company decides to OPC/VXR the heck out of it, it would be yet another breath of fresh air in the crossover-infested market. So, do you think they should build it?