Rüsselsheim, 9 April 2015: The new Opel Vivaro is not only more practical and efficient as its predecessor but now even more classy and comfortable with Opel and long-standing partner Irmscher giving the Vivaro a makeover. The van becomes a real luxury vehicle, perfectly suited for comfortable trips with the entire family or for exclusive shuttle and taxi services, with the Irmscher Tourer Pack.
“The Tourer Pack adds a further trim level to the product range of the Opel Vivaro – a package that appeals to clients who value high-quality interior fittings. Now we can offer all of our Vivaro clients – no matter whether they are transporter, family or leisure time focused – an even more comfortable traveling experience,” said Steffen Raschig, Opel/Vauxhall Director Commercial Vehicles.
In cooperation with the Irmscher team Opel now offers the exclusive additional Tourer Pack for the Combi – the practical and variable nine-seater – the Van and CrewCab variants of the Vivaro. Individualization specialists Irmscher have been working on vans and minivans for some time now and have created the Irmscher Van Systems department and the new Tourer.
The new interior-pack underpins the strengths of the recently released second generation Vivaro: the combination of elegance and everyday usability. Under the hood, the vans rely on completely new, powerful and extremely efficient turbo diesel engine with an output ranging from 66kW/90 hp to 103 kW/140 hp which can reduce fuel consumption to 5.7 liters per 100 km and CO2 emissions to 149 grams per kilometer in the combined cycle.
Furthermore, the Vivaro continues the successful concept of offering a large number of variants. It is available in two chassis lengths (4,998 mm and 5,398 mm) and two heights (1,971 mm and 2,465 mm) and as a panel van, Combi, Doublecab and platform chassis in various configurations. The panel van offers up to 8.6 cubic meters of load volume and even the shorter version can hold three pallets stowed in a row. In addition, the Vivaro can boast numerous practical details such as an office bench seat with a fold-down center that turns the Vivaro into a mobile office or the large convex mirror in the passenger sun visor. It can be tilted to a position that enables the driver to see into the ‘blind spot’ area, while also offering better all-round visibility.
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