Opel Astra Sedan (2013)

Opel Astra Sedan

Opel is expanding its successful Astra model family with a new sporty and stylish sedan. Featuring typical Astra strengths, including advanced technologies and its widely recognized quality, the new upscale and elegant notchback is a more affordable alternative for customers who would usually opt for this type of car in the mid-size segment. With this new four-door Opel Astra Sedan, the five-door hatchback, the Sports Tourer station wagon and the racy GTC coupe, the line-up of Opel´s top-seller Astra is now complete.

At the start of sales in June 2012, customers can initially choose between seven engines for the new Opel Astra sedan: four gasoline units (74 kW/100 hp to 132 kW/180 hp), of which three can be combined with a six-speed automatic and three diesel engines (70 kW/95 hp to 96 kW/130 hp). The two ultra-efficient Astra notchback 1.7 CDTI ecoFLEX models with Start/Stop system and further efficiency enhancing technologies combine powerful outputs of 81 kW/110 hp or 96 kW/130 hp with diesel consumption figures as low as 3.7 liters per 100 kilometers. This is equivalent to only 99g/km CO2 emissions. In addition to this broad powertrain offer, early next year the new Astra four-door will benefit from the launch of Opel's new highly efficient, powerful and refined SIDI ECOTEC four-cylinder gasoline engine generation with 1.6 liters displacement, turbocharging and spark ignition direct injection.

Opel Cascada (2013)

Opel Cascada

The new Opel Cascada rejuvenates the tradition of timeless, classic convertibles. This elegant newcomer joins the ranks of prestigious mid-size, four-seat soft-top convertibles previously dominated by models from premium manufacturers. After four decades and several generations of compact cabriolets derived from the Kadett and Astra models, Opel has created a completely new model with its own name and identity. Featuring a stretched, 4.70 meter-long silhouette, the Cascada is the only convertible from a mainstream manufacturer in the mid-size segment. As a result, it offers the fun of open-air driving at a much more affordable price than all competitors in its class.

The Opel Cascada draws on a rich vein of Opel tradition by recalling the era of the Kapitän and Rekord convertibles from the fifties and sixties in a decidedly contemporary and refreshing way with the best of modern technologies.

"The Cascada is a true, mid-size convertible that's distinguished not only by its length of nearly 4.7 meters, but also by its allure and premium technologies which position it at the top of Opel's product line-up," says Opel CEO Dr. Karl-Thomas Neumann, summarizing the new Opel convertible's appeal. "It offers a compelling combination of Opel's best high-tech features, such as HiPerStrut front suspension, our mechatronic FlexRide damping system, intelligent, adaptive forward lighting AFL+, and our second-generation Opel Eye front camera. Its premium soft top can also be opened at the touch of a button in 17 seconds while driving at speeds up to 50 km/h, which places the Cascada among the market leaders for its soft-top operation. By offering all these features, we are able to address discerning customers who want to enjoy the premium quality of a mid-size convertible at a particularly attractive price."

Opel Mokka (2013)

Opel Mokka

The all-new Opel Mokka has captured the hearts of its customers. During the first 4 months that it has been available more than 40,000 orders were received for the SUV throughout Europe. Demand has been particularly strong in Germany, the United Kingdom, Italy, France and Russia. With the Mokka Opel is the first German manufacturer to enter the rapidly growing segment of sub-compact Sports Utility Vehicles (SUV-B segment). The 1.6 liter ecoFLEX entry level Opel Mokka variant with 85 kw/115 hp can be ordered from 18,990 euro (Germany, including VAT). In addition, a turbocharged gasoline unit offering 103 kW/140 hp of output and a diesel 1.7 liter engine variant with 96 kW/130 hp are included in the Mokka's powertrain line-up.

"Now that we have the Mokka, a new chapter in our product offensive has begun. Our successful order intake shows that the Mokka is spot on. Its technologies, dynamic and bold design appeals to the taste of our customers. It sets new standards in its segment," says Opel Vice President, Sales, Marketing and Aftersales, Alfred E. Rieck.

Despite its 4.28 meter measurement, the Opel Mokka generously accommodates five people in a commanding position. It also delivers on Opel's promise to combine attractive design with innovative technologies and upmarket functionalities, making them accessible to a wider segment of customers. Furthermore, the Opel Mokka introduces ergonomic seating for the first time to the sub-compact SUV market as well as adaptive forward lighting (AFL+) and the integrated FlexFix bike carrier. Drive and comfort enhancing features and technologies include the Electronic Stability Control (ESC), and across all Mokka versions the Traction Control (TC) as well as the Hill Start Assist (HSA) and Hill Descent Control (HDC) systems. Apart from front-wheel drive (FWD), the Mokka can be fitted with an intelligent all-wheel drive (AWD). The optional AWD technology recognizes automatically when traction is needed on all four wheels and ensures that it is provided at a maximum level when necessary.

Opel Monza Concept (2013)

Opel Monza Concept

A light, athletic look outside, unique projection technology inside combined with custom connectivity and modular design that enables sustainable propulsion systems par excellence - the Opel Monza Concept is stylish, ultra-modern efficiency on four wheels. It is the role-model for the next generation of Opel cars. The groundbreaking concept car makes its world premiere at the 2013 International Motor Show (IAA) in Frankfurt and shows what people can expect from Opel in the future.

"The Monza Concept represents the Opel car of tomorrow", says Opel CEO Dr. Karl-Thomas Neumann. "On one hand, it embodies everything that already characterizes Opel - German precision combined with innovative technologies wrapped in captivating design. In addition, it addresses the themes that will be the development-focus of the next generation of Opel cars: maximum connectivity and optimum efficiency."

"Connectivity is demonstrated by a trailblazing LED projection technology for instrument and infotainment displays. Efficiency comes in many ways, with lightweight design, optimal use of interior space, and advanced powertrain technology. The Monza Concept is based on increasing electrification of the automobile in everyday driving, from range-extender to fuel cell. And as far as styling is concerned, we are expressing pure efficiency in a new, lean and athletic interpretation of our typical sculptural shapes. The Opel Monza Concept is nothing less than our vision of the automotive future."

Opel Insignia (2014)

Opel Insignia

The Opel model offensive moves to the next level with the new Opel Insignia that celebrates its world premiere at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show. The top model shines with even more attractive interior and exterior styling, taking the award-winning design philosophy "sculptural artistry meets German precision" to the next level. New powerful and ultra-efficient direct injection engines like the two new-generation Turbo gasoline units and the 99 g Turbo diesel expand the wide portfolio. This minor emission puts the new 2.0-liter turbo diesel engine in the A+ efficiency class. Both variants (the 88 kW/120 hp and 103 kW/140 hp according to EG Nr. 715/2007) consume either as the four or five-door model with six-speed manual transmission and Start/Stop system just 3.7 liters of fuel per 100 km in the combined cycle (Sports Tourer: 3.9 l/100 km). Therefore the Opel Insignia 2.0 CDTI is the most fuel efficient diesel car in its class.

A host of chassis enhancements ensures higher agility and comfort. And a completely new infotainment system generation is now available for the Insignia. It integrates many smartphone functions into the car and can be operated intuitively and simply via a touchpad in the center console.

"The successful Insignia has already won 580,000 Opel drivers. The new Insignia will thrill even more - with a more expressive design, high-quality cockpit, intuitive operation of infotainment systems, exemplary powertrains like our trailblazing 99 gram Turbo diesel," Opel CEO Dr. Karl-Thomas Neumann describes the mid-size model's revolution. "Our flagship is now more sophisticated and eye-catching - but even in midst of all this elegance, don't forget what it's all about: to offer drivers and passengers a comfortable and safe driving experience with state-of-the-art technologies at a really attractive price."

Opel Insignia Country Tourer (2014)

Opel Insignia Country Tourer

The new Insignia family will soon be completed when the Opel Insignia Country Tourer makes its world premiere at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show in September. While its Sports Tourer sibling is an elegant family and business station wagon, the new Opel Insignia Country Tourer expresses an innate desire for adventure. The athletic all-rounder, with its higher ground clearance, provides freedom beyond the constraints of city limits and asphalt roads. Defining features include protective under-body guards front and rear, combined with prominent wheel-arch and lower body cladding, all complemented by dual exhaust tailpipes. State-of-the-art all-wheel drive ensures grip and sure-footed handling in all driving conditions. It is teamed with powerful turbo engines such as a 184 kW/250 hp, 2.0-liter SIDI direct injection gasoline unit or a high-performance 2.0 BiTurbo CDTI - both generating impressive maximum torque of 400 Nm.

"The sensational success of our young Opel Mokka in the sub-compact SUV segment has demonstrated the popularity of vehicles with a crossover character," says Duncan Aldred, Opel's Acting Vice President Sales, Marketing and Aftersales. "With the new Insignia Country Tourer, we are now filling this sporty niche in the larger, mid-size class. It enables us to offer customers an alternative choice they've never had before at Opel. They can spice up the high quality of our brand flagship with a strong dose of adventure. At the same time, we're confident the athletic appeal of the Insignia Country Tourer will also attract new customers to our brand."

Opel Insignia OPC Sports Tourer (2014)

Opel Insignia OPC Sports Tourer

With 239 kW/325 hp and 435 Nm maximum torque, the Opel Insignia OPC is the ultimate top-of-the-line performer among Opel models. The all-wheel drive model makes its debut with a new, refreshed look and modified chassis at the 2013 International Motor Show (IAA) in Frankfurt.

"The Insignia OPC dazzles with new radiance," says Michael Ableson, Vice President GME Engineering. "With great attention to detail, our engineers have given it some decisive fine-tuning. This is evident in its design and in its even better driving performance. This puts the OPC squarely in the first league of mid-size series production sports cars."

Attention to detail - inside and out

The new Opel Insignia OPC impresses at first glance. The re-styled front and rear, with signature OPC design elements such as distinctive saber-tooth detailing at the front and the tailpipe trim integrated in the rear, underline its power and evoke visions of high-speed laps around the Nürburgring.

The eye-catching bodywork encapsulates state-of-the-art technology. The OPC chassis is enhanced, with special focus on the re-worked rear axle - as in the other members of the new Insignia family - where engineers have modified around 60 percent of the componentry. In addition, noise and vibration behavior is improved through numerous fine-tuning measures. New ESP software enables even more precise dynamics tuning, especially in reaction to understeer tendencies. Modified damper software for the FlexRide chassis with its adjustable shock absorbers ensures optimum roadholding. This OPC-specific programming improves driving dynamics, allowing a quicker and more precise response to different maneuvers and road conditions.

Opel Meriva (2014)

Opel Meriva

The Opel Meriva has, since its first appearance in 2003, been the star and benchmark amongst the small monocabs. The second generation launched in 2010 has raised the standard with innovative features such as its rear-hinged FlexDoors, its exquisite, flexible seating, relaxed posture on front- and rear seats and many clever storage solutions. All these make the current Meriva the Ergonomics Champion, as has been concluded by independent health experts. Opel now presents the new Meriva - more sophisticated, more efficient and more functional than ever. It celebrated its world premiere at the 2014 Brussels' Motor Show in mid-January 2014.

The new Opel Meriva is a consistent continuation of the previous concept enhanced with finer ingredients. It receives a new face that has the characteristics of the new Opel Insignia revealed at the 2013 IAA, with an elegant, generously chromed front grille and sparkling design for the lights. LED technology is now available for the daytime running lights and rear lamps resulting in a crisp, high tech look. A fine chrome trim highlights the typical window wave-shaped beltline, raising the Meriva's appeal and placing it neatly alongside the ADAM, the Cascada and the Insignia.

As well as looking the part, a class act also needs a first class engine. The new Meriva features Opel's new generation diesel powertrain, the 1.6 CDTI that is just having its debut in the Zafira Tourer. This ultra-refined whisper-diesel, the quietest in its class, is initially available in the power variant 100 kW/136 hp and delivers 320 Newtonmeters of maximum torque. It consumes just 4.4 liters per 100 kilometers and emits 116 grams of CO2 per kilometer, 10 per cent less than its 96 kW/130 hp, 1.7 predecessor, while it also boasts much better acceleration and performance. In the course of the year 2014, other 1.6 diesel engines will follow, which will be even more economical and have even lower CO2 emissions.

Opel Adam Rocks (2015)

Opel Adam Rocks

The Adam family is growing: as an adventure-loving open-air car, a stylish trendsetter and an individualization champion, the new Opel Adam Rocks plays many roles perfectly. And as a three-door, 3.75-meter long urban pocket-crossover, it also opens up a new market niche. Opel designers have developed new design elements, décors and seating trims all unique to Adam Rocks which, together with the Swing Top canvas roof fitted as standard, give it its very own chic charm. The latest member of Opel's urban lifestyle family is also powered by an all-new 1.0 ECOTEC Direct Injection Turbo engine. This high-tech, pocket powerhouse already complies with tough Euro 6 emissions standards and raises the bar for three-cylinder engine refinement with exceptionally low noise and vibration, as well as superb comfort. Opel's advanced IntelliLink infotainment system with its fast, user-friendly operation integrates smartphones into Rocks' cockpit at a very affordable price. From late September 2014, Adam Rocks goes on sale at dealerships from 15,990 euros (RRP incl. VAT in Germany).

"Customers will be thrilled with the Rocks combination of open-air driving fun, state-of-the-art connectivity and a lively new engine," says Peter Christian Küspert, Opel Board Member for Sales. "Rocks also shares the Adam family's huge personalization potential, which means almost every example of this urban crossover will be unique. Adam Rocks drivers will hardly ever see another model on the road that looks exactly like theirs."

Opel Adam S (2015)

Opel Adam S

The new Opel Adam S is the sporty top-of-the-range addition to the highly acclaimed Adam family. Like its siblings, it features a wide, unique offer of interior and exterior colors, materials and design elements that enable its owner to customize the according to his/her taste and spirit. In addition, it seduces potential buyers with a slick and sporty design on both the in- and outside. Well planted on its wide tracks, the Adam S expresses is extra sportiness with a front lip spoiler, a rear spoiler that really produces downforce at higher speeds and an extended rear bumper cut-out with a visible, bold exhaust tailpipe. 17-inch wheels are standard with the S model, and bold 18-inch wheels including red brake calipers are offered as an option. Exterior individualization is made possible by a selection of ten different bodywork colors that, if whished, can be combined with five contrasted roof colors including the new vibrant 'Red'n Roll', exclusive to the Adam S. On the inside, customers can tailor their pocket rocket with optional features such the checkered flag headliner design or Recaro performance seats.

"The Adam S delivers exactly what is says on the package: fun and performance. Its bold proportions, its slick and seductive design with typical Opel cues and sophisticated surfacing emphasize its sporty characteristics and just make you want to take the wheel. And once you sit in it, you get even more excited by its sporty ambiance paired with high-quality materials and excellent craftsmanship," said Opel's Vice President for Design Mark Adams.

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