Opel is deddicating a secial concept to its fans who also love sports. And when we say sports, we mean all kind of sports: from surfing to snowboarding. The new Opel Vivaro Surf Concept is ideal for sporting activities. Five to six passengers (depending of the seating configuration) along with the entire sports and fitness equipment can fit in.
It offers a separate cargo area of 3.2 cubic meters – or 4.0 cubic meters for the long wheelbase version. Thus, the Opel Vivaro Surf Concept is ideal for transporting wet or dirty utensils after a trip to the beach or to the mountains.
On the outside we have copper-brown and white paint and foliation. Customized Irmscher alloys emphasize the sporty and elegant look.
Extensive skiing or snowboard equipment, surfboards or bikes – the cargo area of the five-meter transporter with a total permissible weight of up to 2.9 tons can meet all expectations.
The floor of the cargo area is fitted with a newly developed rail system; the entire width under the second row of seats is used for a storage box that can hold small utensils. The interior, fitted by the specialists from Snoeks Automotive, has a pleasant atmosphere created by blue lighting in the sidewalls and the roof liner. The Irmscher Tourer Pack, already available for the standard Vivaro, comes with fine black leather and contrasting silver stitching on the side trim panels, the dashboard and the gear shifter
Extensive skiing or snowboard equipment, surfboards or bikes – the cargo area of the five-meter transporter with a total permissible weight of up to 2.9 tons.
The latest version of Navi 50 IntelliLink gives the driver access to traffic information so that he can avoid any tailbacks en route. The infotainment system comes with TMC (Traffic Message Channel), hands-free module, audio streaming via Bluetooth and European maps.
A new 140 hp BiTurbo CDTI can be found under the hood. It delivers 340 Nm of torque and propels the Vivaro Surf Concept to a top speed of 180 km/h. The ecoFLEX version with Start/Stop only requires 6.1 liters of diesel per 100 kilometers, which is equivalent to 160 grams of CO2 per kilometer
The first ever edition of this vehicle will celebrate its debut at the International Motor Show in Frankfurt.