The Karl replaces the Opel Agila in the automaker’s lineup, and is similiarly styled to the recently updated Corsa hatchback. The Karl is the latest addition to Opel’s improved small car lineup,appearing alongsidev the Corsa and stylish Adam.
For 9,500 Euros, German buyers will receive the Karl’s Essentia trim, which includes Opel’s new 75 horsepower 1.0-liter three-cylidner EcoTec engine mated to a five-speed manual transmission. One step up will net buyers the Enjoy package, with Cosmo serving as the range-topping equipment group. Options include Hill Start Assist, Park Assist, a Winter Package with heated seats and a heated steering wheel, a City Mode steering setting, cruise control and more.
A more detailed pricing structure should become available following the Karl’s debut at Geneva this March.