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Opel Panoramic Roofs Make Springtime Light and Fun

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Enjoy superb view in Grandland X, Crossland X, Insignia Sports Tourer, Insignia Country Tourer, Zafira and new Combo Life
 

Rüsselsheim.  Spring is finally here, the grey sky has turned blue and it stays light until late in the evening. So everything is looking good, and it looks even better through the large panoramic roofs from Opel. The automaker offers high-quality glass roofs that grant a unique panorama view for many of its models. So the bright blue sky and the starry night can be enjoyed in the SUV newcomer Grandland X, the Insignia Sports Tourer and Insignia Country Tourer flagships, the Crossland X city SUV, the seven-seat Zafira and the brand new Combo Life from a completely new and unexpected perspective.

“The panoramic roofs in our Opel models make every drive an exceptional experience. The passengers in the first and second rows enjoy a perfect view, which adds to the fun and adventure. And the Grandland X, Insignia Sports Tourer and co. look very stylish with the high-quality glass roofs,” says Opel Managing Director Sales and Marketing Peter Küspert.

The two SUV newcomers Opel Grandland X and Opel Crossland X cut a fine figure with their sporty design and optional two-tone paint, and the panoramic glass sunroof opens up new horizons. At the same time, the glass roof ensures a light-flooded interior. When the sun is too strong, an electric sunblind provides protection for the passenger cabin. The panoramic roof can be ordered for the Grandland X for €700 and, depending on the trim level, from €570 for the Crossland X (all prices RRP including VAT in Germany).

Passengers in the Opel Insignia Sports Tourer and the Opel Insignia Country Tourer also feel close to the sun. The 1,400 x 860 millimetre electric panoramic sliding glass roof extends over the heads of the rear passengers and gives the sporty Opel flagships a particularly sophisticated touch. It also has a sunblind and can be conveniently closed via the central remote control. In addition, Insignia customers can adjust the front of the roof so that it lifts a bit and prevents annoying wind drag. Equipped with additional functions such as pre-selection and anti-trap protection, the elegant sliding, tilting glass roof is available for €1,285.

The Opel Zafira makes occupants feel like they’re on vacation the minute they set off on their journey. The panoramic windscreen flows into the panoramic sunroof, offering an unobstructed view similar to that of plane cockpit for €1,300 extra. The windscreen stretches from the hood almost to the B-pillar while the panoramic sunroof with electric sunblind reaches to the rear of the car, enhancing the interior’s light and airy lounge atmosphere. The flexible van with up to seven seats is a versatile, stylish travel companion for the whole family.

Soon the portfolio of Opel models with great views will be completed by the new Opel Combo Life. The optional panoramic roof not only ensures a light interior atmosphere, it is also extremely practical. When ordered with the panoramic roof, the Combo Life comes with overhead storage running down the centre of the vehicle with LED lighting as standard. Furthermore, in this configuration the newcomer is also fitted with a large 36-litre storage box mounted above the hat tray in the boot. This enables use of some of the space normally not utilised – without impeding the view of following traffic through the rear view mirror.

Grandland X, Crossland X, Insignia Sports Tourer, Insignia Country Tourer, Zafira and Combo Life with panoramic roof – six signs of spring from Rüsselsheim.

 

Further information about official fuel consumption, official specific CO2 emissions and consumption of electric energy can be found in the “guideline about fuel consumption, CO2 Emissions and electric energy consumption of new passenger cars” ('Leitfaden über den Kraftstoffverbrauch, die CO2-Emissionen und den Stromverbrauch neuer Personenkraftwagen') in German language, which is available free of charge at any point of sales and at DAT Deutsche Automobil Treuhand GmbH, Helmuth-Hirth-Straße 1, D-73760 Ostfildern.

 

Contact

Martin Golka
Group Manager International Product Communications
Tel.: +49 6142/7–55 215
Mobile: +49 151 17 47 39 54
martin.golka@opel.com

Susanne Rohmert
Manager International Product Communications
Tel.: +49 6142/7-51 246
susanne.rohmert@opel.com

Colin Yong
Assistant Manager International Product Communications
Tel.: +49 (0) 6142-7-69 57 6
Mobile: +49 (0) 1511-7-47 396 5
colin.yong@opel.com

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