Spanish aftermarket tuning company Irmscher is crafting a unique tuning program for the new Opel Vivaro light commercial van. You know, to make moving furniture cool again.
The company has released no information on how (let alone why) it plans to stroke another 30 horses from the Vivaro’s 1.6 liter turbo-diesel – or available bi-turbo diesel – but that’s the power bump they are working toward. A number of cosmetic changes are offered to the new 2015 Opel Vivaro, such as 17-inch alloys in one of three different finishes, hood stripes, body graphics, a front spoiler, and a stainless sport* exhaust.
*assumed the term “sport” is used here as lightly as possible.
The interior of the van can also be fitted with optional premium leather upholstery and steering wheel, custom floor mats, and a few other items. There is no confirmation yet of whether other performance upgrades – i.e. suspension, brakes – will be available.
This isn’t the first time Irmscher has delivered an answer to a question nobody asked. Remember that time when they showed off a tuned Mokka?