A new concept of Opel’s Zafira Tourer will be seen at this year’s Geneva Motor Show. This model, which is built as a precursor of the future production version MPV, will feature Opel’s proven flexible seating with the space provided by an MPV as well as a touch of Insignia quality.
The Zafira Tourer is designed with a front end (wing shaped headlamps and twin trapezoid grille intakes) that is borrowed from the soon-to-be launched Ampera plug-in hybrid.
Opel aimed for the Zafira to have a stunning look as it has been fitted with LED daytime running lights, bi-Xenon AFL and fog lamps, glass roof, 20-inch twin-spoke alloy wheels or horizontal aluminum bar with the Opel logo. The MPV’s interior features a seven-seat Flex7 seating concept.
With this system, the Zafira can be converted from a seven-seater to a four-seater. Opel has yet to reveal what will power the Zafira Tourer but it does have a broad range of engines to choose from. Most of these engines are likely to be offered in the production version of the vehicle.