After briefly teasing the van last month, Opel has officially unveiled the 2015 Vivaro commercial van ahead of its official on-sale date this summer.
The new Vivaro adopts a more modern design akin to the rest of the Opel lineup, with the biggest change being the new front fascia with a large and rather prominent grille that’s accompanied by unique headlights with a clean, functional design.
Customers will be able to choose from three different body design trim levels, along with two body-lengths and two roof heights. Under the hood, the new Vivaro will be available with two four-cylinder diesel engines at launch — a turbocharged 1.6-liter CDTi diesel along with a 1.6 liter BiTurbo unit, which Opel claims will deliver “low fuel consumption”.
The new Vivaro will be built at General Motor’s plant in Luton, U.K., while its platform mate — the Renault Trafic — will be built at Sandouville, France.