Opel will drop its top in the European market this April with the launch of the 2014 Cascada convertible, whose launch will come shortly after that of the new Mokka crossover and Adam mini car. When the Cascada comes to market, customers should expect a starting price of €25,945 for the “Edition” version, and a base 1.4L turbocharged powertrain producing 120 horsepower and a six-speed manual transmission. There’s been no official announcement as to how much the Vauxhall-badged version will go for.
For €28,245, the Cascada will begin to offer the all-new 125 kW/170 hp, 280 Nm/204 lb-ft 1.6-liter SIDI Turbo with direct injection. Then, for another 3,600 euros compared to the Edition trim level, the Opel Cascada “Innovation” variant begins to offer additional standard equipment such as a premium soft top with acoustic insulation, electric seat belt presenters, dual-zone ECC (Electronic Climate Control) and even Morrocana seat upholstery with contrast stitching. Sexy. It’s just too bad such a vehicle hasn’t been announced for the North American market… yet.