Speaks for itself: The new Opel Astra has won the “Golden Steering Wheel 2022”. Watch how the golden Champion is also celebrated by Champions:
The Golden Steering Wheel is one of the most important awards in the German automotive industry.
Uniting bold and pure design with top technologies the new Opel Astra convinced the readers of AUTO BILD and BILD am SONNTAG as well as the expert jury and beat of strong competition in the category “Best car under 50.000 EUR in Germany”.
A perfect match: Like the successful Opel brand and campaign ambassadors the new Opel Astra is a true challenger that stands for emotion and character. FIFA Men‘s Coach 2019 + 20 Jürgen Klopp, European Champion 100m 2022 Gina Lückenkemper and Niklas Kaul, European Champion Decathlon 2022 have also tested the Best Car in Germany.
The Opel Astra was elected the Golden Steering Wheel in the category „Best car under 50.000 Euro in Germany“.
*Source: AUTO BILD (#45/2022) & BILD am SONNTAG (#46/2022)
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Opel ASTRA PLUG-IN-HYBRID:
⛽️ (weighted*, combined): 1,1 l/100 km;
🔋14,4–14,0 kWh/100 km; ☁️ (combined): 24–23 g/km;
📍: 66–67 km; 📍, in town (EAER City): 74-78 km**.
Opel ASTRA SPORTS TOURER PLUG-IN-HYBRID:
⛽️ (weighted*, combined) 1,1–1,0 l/100 km;
🔋14,5–14,1 kWh/100 km; ☁️ (combined): 25–23 g/km;
📍66 km (WLTP);📍in town (EAER City): 72-76 km**..
The official consumption and CO2 emission values given were determined in accordance with Regulation (EC) No. 715/2007, Regulation (EU) No. 2017/1153 and Regulation (EU) No. 2017/1151 using the prescribed WLTP (Worldwide harmonized Light vehicles Test Procedure) measuring procedure and converted into NEDC values to ensure comparability with other vehicles. Further information on official specific CO2 emissions and electricity consumption of new passenger cars can be found in the ‘Guide to fuel consumption, CO2 emissions and electricity consumption of new passenger cars’, which is available free of charge at all sales outlets and from https://www.dat.de/.