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Opel Karl 2015, the first recreation of German urban future

Opel Karl 2015, the first recreation of German urban future

Opel Karl 2015, the first recreation of German urban future

It’s funny how little we have heard of Opel Karl 2015. It was suggested in a teaser just before the Paris Motor Show, and many thought we would share a stand with the new Opel Corsa. However, it seems that your presentation will come next year at the Geneva Motor Show and now; imagine what it will be on a first recreation.

Again X-Tomi has been put to work to re-create what will be the replacement for the Opel Agila. Change name, following the new nomenclature of Opel, but also to forget the last Agila, which was not the expected commercial success. Now will come with renewed vigor and a new philosophy.

Opel Karl 2015, the first recreation of German urban future

Opel Karl 2015, the first recreation of German urban future

Or so it seems. According to recreation, will drink of the new design language of the brand, taking design too risky and difficult to assimilate. What would not lose quite square his body to maximize interior space, one of his virtues and one of their differential values ​​with respect to Adam.

The Opel Karl 2015 promises greater livability and greater ease of entry with 5 doors, while a size too content to make it a perfect city car. You have to add much of the latest additions as far as connectivity and multimedia refers to the Opel range as Intellilink system.

The engine range is still unknown, but probably shares much of their range with Adam and Corsa, with gasoline and diesel mechanics including the new block would be 1.0 3-cylinder Ecotec powers of 90 and 115 horses. Opel Karl 2015 arrival at dealerships could date to after summer next year.

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