In Rüsselsheim region of Germany – Opel has confirmed that one of the top luxury 4-seats convertible model – the new Cascada is heading for its world debut at 2013 Geneva Motor Show in March and is manufacture by Opel itself, the mid-size four seats convertible as a Cabriolet, has all the attractive and advanced technology to make it unique in its own segment. In the history of 70 years, Opel has engineered Cascada with new generation powertrain and best to its chassis structure for more safety in a compact convertible of length 4.7 meters. The Cascada is equipped with various features like its prolonged, open-air elegance and streamlined soft-top with an alluring price tag as compared to the other convertible of the same segment. The one of four-seats convertible type, will manufacture by Opel in its own facility center. The Opel Kapitän and the Rekord from 1950-60 was really famous for its 4-seats open-air, soft-touch convertibles and the new Cascada will definitely coming-up with same passion in more refined language of beauty and technology. Famous for its convertibles in the last decades were reasonable priced compact Kadett and Astra variants– from the 1976 Kadett C Aero and 1987 E Cabrio up to 3 generations of Astra between 1993 and 2010. Although the larger convertibles were not manufactured by Opel but converted and sold as limited edition models by experts from the German coachbuilders such as Autenrieth or Karl Deutsch. In the recent activity, the Kadett E Cabrio and two Astra Cabrio generations were also produced externally by the Italian coachbuilder Carozzeria Bertone.
Auto Press Release 2013 Opel Cascada – First of its kind 2013-01-30
- First mid-size convertible engineered and built by Opel
- Opel exclusive mid-size convertibles popular in the 60s