The Opel Vivaro has become the brand’s best-selling commercial vehicle and for good reason. Its flexibility and numerous storage and cargo capabilities have made it a popular choice across Europe. Now, Opel wants to expand the vehicle’s popularity with two new variants.
The Opel Vivaro Tourer and Vivaro Combi+ are aimed at capturing more of the shuttle bus market and for customers who require more of a lounge-like interior compared to a typical minivan.
The Vivaro Tourer features a second row of seats that can turn 180-degrees to face the third row in what Opel calls a “modern mobile meeting room” and two USB ports are on hand for extra convenience. The second row is also fitted to rails for easy third-row access and the seats can also be folded completely flat.
As for the Vivaro Combi+, it can hold up to nine passengers and offers more niceties over the regular Vivaro. Again, its purpose is to offer a more comfortable, pleasant passenger experience compared to other minivans and commercial vehicles.
Both the Vivaro Tourer and Combi+ can also be ordered with a second sliding door.
Opel says a third passenger variant will arrive in the near future and will boast even more flexibility to complete the Vivaro lineup.