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OPEL Karl, OPEL Insignia Country Tourer & OPEL Adam Rocks

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OPEL Karl
Generations: 1
First production year: 2015
Engines: Gasoline
Body style: Hatchback

Named after the son of the the company founder, the Opel Karl entered the market in mid 2015 as the automaker's entry-level 5-door city car replacing the old Agila model.

The Karl's overall shape reminds of the Chevy Spark, but Opel made sure people will distinguish it via it's typical "frowned smile" front end, oblique taillamps that flow into the quarter panels as well as three sharp creases on the sides to suggest the automaker's precision and sharp design orientation. The interior looks light and minimalistic but it can be packed with a lot of tech and will accommodate up to five passengers.

Engine wise, the 2015 Opel Karl gets motivated by a fuel efficient 3-cylinder 1-liter gasoline unit developing 75 hp.

OPEL Insignia Country Tourer
Generations: 1
First production year: 2013
Engines: Gasoline, Diesel
Body style: Wagon (station wagon, estate, combi, touring)

Seeing the success of VW Groups rugged-ish family cars, Opel decided to make one for its own lineup.
The Insignia Country Tourer is obviously based on the estate version of their flagship car, but comes with black plastic protection gear and a shields for the underbody. The vehicle also sports an electronically-controlled 4x4 drivetrain and an electronic limited-slip differential that “constantly adapts to prevailing road conditions and varies torque distribution seamlessly from zero to 100 percent between the front and rear axles”. Available with a choice of different turbo engines, the Country Tourer is probably best bought with the cheaper 2.0 CDTI diesel rated at 163 hp.

OPEL Adam Rocks
Generations: 1
First production year: 2014
Engines: Gasoline
Body style: Hatchback

Coming to the market one year after the standard edition got launched, the Opel Adam Rocks makes for yet another market niche - the urban pocket-crossover.

A slightly higher retuned suspension along with the anthracite-colored body moldings and skid plated are giving the new Adam Rocks its off-road-ish stance, while the canvas roof gives passengers the fell of freedom to explore every back road or tight city alley.

On the inside, you’ll find , Peanut-colored fabric/Morrocana seats and door panels, together with a leather steering wheel, gearshift and handbrake in the same color, and a friendly optional "Surf" décor trim. The other exclusive Rocks cabin features a sophisticated Coffee Bean design theme, with rich, dark brown seats in a black cabin trimmed with bright blue stitching. In addition to this, Rocks shares almost all the many interior personalization options available in the rest of the Adam range.

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