The name that General Motors markets Chevrolet cars under in Britain.
Most commonly referred to in the U.S. as a "Chevy".
Vauxhall Nova = Chevrolet (Chevy) Nova
Vauxhall Cavalier = Chevrolet Cavalier
Once a luxury British car manufacturer until it was acquired by General Motors in 1921. From there on it ceased to be the biggest rival of Bentley, and was instead merged with opel, who GM accquired in 1926, and forced to produce cheap, nasty little cars, sub-standard to Ford. Vauxhall Make the same cars as Opel do, but they are only given the name Vauxhall in the UK, where they are also badged and named differently. Sometimes, when a new model is designed, Vauxhall will assume the name of the car it replaced under opel. Today, they occasionally make a good, fast car, but rarley. Also, Vauxhall barely do anything right without Lotus. Damn Americans, americanizing british car manufacturers and making them shit.
Fuck you GM. I'll send Osama after you.
Vauxhall Nova = Opel Corsa
Vauxhall Corsa = Opel Corsa
The Corsa replaced the nova, but they had the same name on the continent.
Vauxhall cavalier= Opel Vectra
Vauxhall Vectra = Opel Vectra
Vectra replaced the Cavalier, but Opel customers thought they were later editions of the car.
The process of hugging somebody tightly, particularly on a cold drunken night, to share body heat and may be followed by a light jog.
"hey, fancy a couple of hours vauxhalling?"