The new “Illusion” model variant is another iteration of the quick-changing Tigra TwinTop: the two-seater’s electro-hydraulic retractable steel roof is covered in a Bordeaux red canvas, which gives the car the soft-top look of a classic fabric-roofed cabrio – without foregoing the benefits of a hard top. The Tigra TwinTop “Illusion” will be one of the stars on the Opel stand at the 78th International Motor Show in Geneva.
This variant also comes with many standard features, such as leather trim, heated seats, air conditioning, MP3-compatible CD-Radio, on-board computer, two-layer metallic/pearlescent-effect lacquer, aluminum sport pedals, color-coordinated safety belts and footwell mats, as well as 17-inch light alloy wheels in bi-color design. The special “Endless Summer” edition is also available for customers who would prefer the extensive standard equipment, but without the canvas roof.
Customers can choose between a 1.4 (90 hp) or 1.8-liter (125 hp) gasoline engine. Both come with a five-speed manual transmission, while the 1.4 TWINPORT can also be ordered with an automated Easytronic five-speed manual gearbox. As with all Tigra TwinTops, the changeover from coupé to cabrio in the “Illusion” takes place at the touch of a button and requires just around 18 seconds.
Opel turned Barcelona’s streets into catwalks: 30 European top models traveled to trendy Spanish brand Mango’s largest fashion show of the year in a blazing-red fleet of Tigra TwinTop cars. They presented the new autumn collection to 450 guests from the international fashion world and many VIPs such as Dominik García-Lorido at the city’s “Museum of contemporary art”. In the partnership between Opel’s Tigra TwinTop and the cool fashion label from Barcelona both brands are keen to explore further (...) More
Opel and the Spanish fashion brand Mango have signed an agreement to launch a joint advertising campaign across Europe from this spring. The cooperation between the two firms promotes the two-seat Tigra TwinTop cabrio and the current Mango collection. “Every street is a catwalk, and that goes for people and their clothes as well as for cars,” says Olivier Danan, Director Marketing Communication for Opel, explaining the concept behind the cooperation. “Today more than ever before, cars are also (...) More
With the new Tigra TwinTop, Opel debuts a sporty two-seater with an electro-hydraulic retractable steel roof. Its dynamic, exciting design promises pure driving pleasure and the touch of a button transforms the Tigra from a coupé into a cabrio in just around 18 seconds. At its world premiere at the Geneva Motor Show in March of this year the Tigra TwinTop was enthusiastically received by the public and car experts. An independent international jury crowned the newcomer “Cabrio of the Year (...) More