Opel showed several new products in FrankfurtSeptember 10, 2019
With its world premieres at the Frankfurt International Motor Show this year, Opel demonstrates that the automotive future is rich in diversity.
IAA is the place where the new Opel Corsa, Grandland X Hybrid and the new Opel Astra are presented – perfectly adapted to the needs of customers. The new Opel Corsa is available not only as an efficient, classic version with an internal combustion engine, but for the first time also in the form of a battery version of the Corsa-e – with an electric range of up to 330 km. Opel also presents the first electric rally car for motorsport – the Corsa-e Rally.
Another world premiere at the Opel D31 booth is the all-wheel drive new Grandland X Hybrid4. The hybrid plug-in combines the power of a gasoline 1.6-liter turbocharged engine and two electric motors, resulting in a total power of 300 hp. The preliminary fuel consumption of WLTP 2 in the combined cycle is 1.4-1.3 liters per 100 km of track.
The next newcomer to the group is the new Opel Astra. With its outstanding aerodynamics, a completely new generation of engines and newly developed transmissions, the Opel Astra sets the standard for efficiency and low emissions. This puts the new Astra at the top of its compact class – and makes it the most efficient Astra of all time.
And last but not least, the new Opel Zafira Life first appeared in front of a German audience in Frankfurt. 20 years after the model gained success among consumers in 1999, now the story continues with the newly developed fourth-generation model: Zafira Life enters a new dimension – very versatile, with space for nine people and with maximum comfort and assistance systems.
“At the IAA, we demonstrate how the future of the car will become a reality. We focus on customers and their needs. Instead of pointing the way forward, we offer a complete range of drives – from innovative electric and hybrid drives to efficient internal combustion engines. All new models are equipped with the latest technology and are already available for order, ”said Opel CEO Michael Löscheller during his speech.
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