Opel/Vauxhall revealed today the first photos with the all-new Zafira Concept, which will make its world debut at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show. The new car promises to combine the “lounge-on-wheels” luxury with the same high degree of flexibility and will take the Flex7 seating to a new level. The car can be transformed at a push of a button into a four-seater with limousine levels of space.
A clever new folding mechanism allows the centre section of the second row to fold down, revealing two armrests for occupants in the outer seats.
Regarding the exterior design, the car carries the same design philosophy as the Ampera, which means we see the wing-shaped LED daytime running lights, bi-xenon AFL and fog lamps contained behind a single Plexiglass cover. Like the Astra Sports Tourer, the Zafira’s belt line sweeps upwards and visually helps to propel the vehicle forward.
The rear end of the concept shows us the dark LED tail lamps, while the dark LED tail lamps aluminium bar stretches far into the light elements, giving the concept a broad, sporty look.
The design is completed by the dark metallic grey 20-inch twin-spoke alloy wheels wrapped in 245/40 R20 tyres. Under the hood, we find a fuel-efficient 1.4 Turbo featuring Start/Stop technology, providing exceptional efficiency with brisk performance.
The interior is warm and roomy and comes with caramel and dark brown tones.