Opel has once again called on the services of its long-standing tuning partner Irmscher to amp up its new, second-generation Vivaro van.
Now, Combi, CrewCab and Van variants can be ordered with the Irmscher Tourer Pack, a new top-end trim level that kicks up the luxury factor and serves to set discerning fleet drivers apart from their peers.
Unlike its previous work on the Vivaro, the new Irmscher pack doesn’t add any extra ponies or performance gains. Instead, you’ll get black leather with silver stitching on the side trim panels, dashboard, and gear lever along with new velour mats on the floor and wheel housings, which actually help reduce driving noise, according to Opel.
Of course, all this added leather and velour doesn’t come free and you’ll have to pony up an extra 1,369 euros ($1,400 USD) for the Combi; 526 euros ($560) for the CrewCab; or 491 euros ($520) to spruce up your Van.
Those looking for the full Irmscher experience can also lay down an extra 1,500 euros ($1,600) for a set of gloss or matt-finish 17” five-spoke Wave-Star wheels, shod with low-rolling resistance 215/60 R17 Dunlop tires.
It’s just a shame that Opel didn’t release any full photos of the interior upon the announcement, where all the changes are made.