Opel Cascada four-seater convertible

by SpeedLux

Opel has named its new four-seat convertible Cascada -it’s the Spanish word for a waterfall, intended to convey “a rhythmic, dynamic and flowing elegance,beauty, freshness and pure pleasure for open-air driving”.

Well Vauxhall has released teaser images of its new mid sized four seater convertible Cascada, which would go on sale Next year 2013.

The company says the car is categorically not an Astra convertible, since at 4.7 metres long it’s 7cm longer than an Audi A5 Convertible,
and it’s also 225 mm longer than the Astra TwinTop. The new Vauxhall will be eclipsed by the A5 Cabrio, despite its larger size and the model will have a base starting price set at 29,455 £ if the sources are to be believed.

Numerous premium features and technologies underscore the high standard of craftsmanship found in the new Opel/Vauxhall Cascada.

The Cascada will get a folding fabric roof and four seats.The fabric roof extends all the way from the top of the a pillar to the edge of a very short rear deck, giving it an elegant silhouette with the roof up or down – and allowing the roof to be raised or lowered at the press of a button at up to 50km/h.
In that sense it has more in common with the Kapitan and Rekord convertibles of the 1950s and ’60s than the cheeky little Tigra, and it’s being aimed at customers with refined tastes and high expectations, says Opel.

Cascada is the third new name to be introduced by Vauxhall this year, following the Mokka SUV and Adam city car. This shows the proof that the brand is developing its product portfolio even further, entering three new vehicle segments within only a few months with a sub-compact SUV (Sports Utility Vehicle), a fashionable, small, urban car and an elegant mid-size convertible.

The new Opel Cascada has its sales launch early 2013. Contrary to widespread speculation, it will not be displayed at the Paris “Mondial de l´Automobile” show.

Paris Motor Show is where the new Opel ADAM will celebrate its world premiere.

Officials at Opel haven’t released any drive train details, although we expect they will be similar to those of top-of-the-range Astra models. We also Expect more details would be coming our way, closer to the car’s world launch early in the new year of 2013. Stay tuned for more details.

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