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Opel Vivaro Surf Concept family van revealed before Frankfurt debut

Opel Vivaro Surf Concept

First edition of Opel Vivaro Surf Concept will be displayed at Frankfurt Motor Show, which kick starts next week.

Based on Vivaro CrewCab Van, Opel Vivaro Surf Concept is ideally suited for a large family. Offering comfortable space for up to 6 adults, it also has a large cargo area. The passenger van has a separate cargo area of 3.2 cubic meters while on the long wheelbase variant this is extended up to 4.0 cubic meters.

Sporting a copper brown and white exterior, Opel Vivaro Surf Concept sits on customized Irmscher alloy wheels while a special surfboard/sports equipment bracket is seen on its hood. Interior, designed by specialists from Snoeks Automotive finds the van equipped with a new rail system with a storage box to store smaller items fitted below the second row seats.

Opel Vivaro Surf Concept

Opel Vivaro Surf Concept Rear Quarter

Blue lighting on its side walls and roof liners add to the ambience of the Opel Vivaro Surf Concept while black leather and contrasting silver accents are seen on the side trim panels, dashboard and gear shifter. Sporting velour floor mats, automatic climate control, optional parking heater and the latest version of Navi 50 IntellLink infotainment system, Opel Vivaro Surf Concept offers passengers a host of on board comforts.

Engine specifications on board the Opel Vivaro Surf Concept include a 140 hp bi-turbo CDTi diesel engine offering 450 Nm torque. Top speed stands at 180 kmph while due to start/stop facility fuel efficiency stands at 6.1 liters per 100 km and auto emissions are at 160 gms of CO2/km thus making the Opel Vivaro Surf Concept not only comfortable but highly economical as well.

Following its showcasing at the Frankfurt Motor Show, Opel Vivaro Surf Concept will go into production as a Limited Edition model.



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Former freelance writer, Pearl Daniels is in the auto industry since 2011, having established herself as a widely read staff writer since 2013. Her keen eye for industry news, daily need to break down latest events, and quest to not miss a single launch detail, gives you the most refreshing morning news on weekdays.

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