Not only Mercedes is turning their cars into real luxury vehicles. Opel can do this also, even if the Vivaro is not as popular premium van as the V-Class or Vito.
Irmscher was called to handle the project, named as Tourer Pack as the German tuner is specialised in modifications for Opel models. The most important changes are inside: black leather with contrasting silver stitching on the side trim panels, the dashboard and the gear shifter all increase comfort for passengers.
Both the floor and the wheelhouses are covered with velour mats. This makes the interior of the Vivaro cozier and quieter as the velour linings reduce driving noise considerably.
The interior-pack is available for euro 1,369 for the Vivaro Combi, for euro 526 for the Vivaro CrewCab and for euro 491 for the Vivaro Van.
On the outside, the Vivaro comes with bi-colored 7X17 alloy wheels. The five-spoke-rims can be ordered in two different versions, matte or gloss, for euro 1,500 (net). In both cases the Wave-Star rims come with low rolling-resistance 215/60 R17 Dunlop tires.