Sharing platform with the new Renault Trafic, Opel and Vauxhall have unveiled the new Vivaro which is programed to reach showrooms later this summer. The vehicle is going to be sold with a 1.6-liter 4-cylinder CDTI engine available with either one turbocharger or with two of them for additional power. The second variant promises to have a fuel consumption of six liters per 100 km (47 mpg UK or 39 mpg US). The Vivaro is going to be manufactured in Luton, United Kingdom, while the aforementioned Renault Trafic will be put together in Sandouville, France.
Opel and Vauxhall say the all-new Vivaro is going to be offered with two different roof heights, two lengths, a choice of eleven exterior paint schemes (six two-coat metallic and five solid), as well as with several other colors for specially-made variants.
Source: Opel and Vauxhall