The Vans line of luxury cars will be launched in Canada this fall, with new models like the Cadillac XTS, Vans RWD and the Vans Vans X-Trail coming this year.
And the brand is planning to sell a total of 7,000 Vans tires globally, and will offer two new brand new cars in the U.S. this year: a new Vauxhall Astra, a car that was previously only offered in Europe and Asia, and the Cadillac Escalade, a crossover that was first released in the United Kingdom and now is available globally.
“Vans will be the largest luxury automotive brand in North America with a global reach,” said Tom Klaassen, Vauxhalls global brand manager.
“We’re very excited to be bringing Vans to Canada.
They will be a true global brand, and a true luxury brand, to a global market.”
Vans’ global footprint has grown to include brands like Volkswagen, Audi, BMW and Porsche.
In addition to the Vauxs, the company will offer a new line of high-end luxury cars for sale in the Middle East, Africa and Europe, and plans to introduce luxury vehicles for sale globally in the future.
Vaux’s Vaux-E is the latest luxury model in the company’s line of models that is built around an all-wheel-drive system that can take over from the gasoline engine, and is powered by an eight-cylinder engine.
It is available in the following models: The Cadillac XT, which will be sold in Canada in 2019, and its next-generation model, the Cadillac Energi.
The Cadillac Escala is an SUV that was launched in Europe in 2019 and is also coming to Canada, and was previously available in North American and European markets.
The Vaux Hauler is an all new SUV coming to North America in 2019.
The next-gen Cadillac E-Hybrid, which was introduced in 2019 to Canada and Europe and will be available worldwide, is a crossover SUV that also has an eight cylinder engine.
The new model is powered mostly by a gasoline engine.
The new V-Strom models, as they are called, are designed for high-performance, off-road driving, and feature a six-speed automatic transmission.
They are also available in various other vehicle types, including sport utility vehicles, pickups, trucks, sport utility vans, SUV, SUV Plus, SUV Sport, SUVs and Sport Utility.
The brand also announced plans to launch a new luxury brand with a focus on urban mobility in 2020, called Vauxcar.
In 2018, Vauclav Poulsen, chief executive officer of Vaux, said Vaux was looking to develop a luxury brand that would be more than just a brand that sells luxury cars.
“Our ultimate goal is to create a brand of our own,” he said.
“And Vaux has that potential.”
Vaux will be selling Vauxcars in North, Central and South America in 2021, with an initial focus on North America.
It will be launching in the European market in 2021 and in North Africa in 2021.
Vaux has plans to bring Vaux Carpool to Canada by 2020.
The company has also announced a partnership with Volkswagen, and announced a collaboration with Audi to create VauxCarpool.
In a statement, Klaasen said the partnership with Vaux is a significant step in the expansion of VauClav’s brand, which has grown tremendously since launching in 2017.
“It’s a natural fit to our mission to drive Vaux carpool in North and Central America, and to expand Vaux in North & Central America as well,” he added.
“Vaux Carpax will bring more than 500,000 daily drivers to Vaux Canada for their commute.”
Klaasens brand has also expanded into the entertainment space with the release of the VauSonic, a music-streaming app.
Klaasseen has also been working on a new sports car called the Vauschronic, which is a convertible SUV, with a sport-utility vehicle segment that includes an SUV and crossover SUV.