2011 Opel Zafira Tourer Concept
2011 Opel Zafira Tourer Concept makes its world premiere at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show (March 3-13). We’ll have more on Opel’s new concept model from the Geneva motor show floors next week.
Opel said that Zafira Tourer as a “lounge on wheels”, the design study concept uses the same style language as seen on the Insignia and Astra models. The Zafira Tourer Concept is powered by a new version of the Opel’s 1.4-liter gasoline turbo engine featuring Start/Stop technology.
The exterior, there are the most eye-catching part of the Zafira’s sleek bodywork, with the headlights, LED running lights and the fog lights being united in a boomerang-shaped structure, inspired by the Ampera EV’s fascia. The Zafira sports conventional doors and has a dynamic look due to the ascendent midline and the 20-inch rims.
At the rear end of Opel Zafira Tourer Concept is also sporty, dominated by the high-sitting taillights and the two large exhaust pipes integrated into the rear apron.
Zafira Tourer Concept is equipped the panorama windshield, which is continued by a glass roof covering the entire length of the roof offering an airy interior.
Interior room for seven passengers with the concept building on Opel’s Flex7 seating concept pioneered by the first Zafira. There are many available configurations, including a lounge mode that offers four spacious business-class seats.
“We have transferred the idea of a relaxing lounge to a vehicle and created an automobile wellness oasis, a place to relax and enjoy. Passengers can retreat in the lounge. It is a comfortable, roomy space where you really want to be – regardless if it’s for a business trip or to relax for a long journey,” says Mark Adams, Vice President of Design at Opel.
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