Opel introduced the 9-seater van Vivaro LifeJanuary 9, 2019
The German company Opel, as well as its subsidiary brand Vauxhall, officially unveiled a completely new model Vivaro Life. The 9-seater van will be officially unveiled at the Brussels Motor Show on January 18th.
Looking much more stylish than its predecessor, the new van received a thin false radiator grille, which is surrounded by chiselled headlights. An interesting selection received wheel arches. It is worth noting the plastic lining of the body, which received a lot of smoothed elements. Its rear part is not particularly interesting – there is a massive rear door between the volumetric rear lights.
The new Vivaro Life will be available in two different sizes. A smaller one will receive a length of 4.95 meters, and a large one – 5.30 meters. Both versions of the van will receive a wheelbase, which is equal to 3.28 meters.
The press service of the company Vauxhall has published only one image of the interior, but it is enough to show the elegant interior of the novelty. I note the 3-spoke steering wheel, metal trim and 7-inch screen infotainment system and a gearshift washer.
Different seat configurations will be available. It is known that the van Vivaro Life can accommodate from 4 to 9 people. The company claims that the seats are easily removable, and this means that the van can hold up to 3,397 liters of payload.
Vauxhall did not mention the technical characteristics of its new model, but confirmed the company’s plans to offer an all-electric version of Vivaro Life in early 2021. It was also said that the car will be offered with a wide range of driver assistance systems. Among the main features of the new van, there is also an automatic braking system, intelligent cruise control, a lane help system, parking sensors and a rear-view camera.
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