The mid-range model for the London Auto Show will replace the Vectra, which removed the Ascona from the automotive scene in 1988.
Rüsselsheim-based marketers say the new generation will set the standard for technological excellence in its market segment, where the VW Passat and Ford Mondeo. In addition to the dark front of the car, this time around, the design of the headlights was shown, the daytime running lights of which resemble the tips of predatory cat ears.
The built-in headlights will feature AFL technology, which distributes beams based on speed and weather conditions. To everyone's surprise, modern LED semiconductors are clearly standard for Opel Marks of Excellence.