Opel has brought the Cascada to the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, where the model was unveiled.
After being shown in some official images last year, the brand new Opel Cascada is being placed into the spotlights once again, this time with the German based automaker bringing it to the 2013 Geneva Motor Show. According to the car manufacturer, the Opel Cascada is coming with goodies such as the adaptive headlights, the dual-zone climate control, the Morrocana seat upholstery with contrast stitching, a better soft top which leads to an improved acoustic insulation and more.
All of these are available in the INNOVATION version, which can be yours from 3,600 euros more than the base price of the model in Germany, set at 25,945 euros. If you’re looking into the FlexRide adaptive chassis system you should get ready to spend an extra 980 euros and 800 euros more if you want to pay for the front camera system too. The Opel Cascada is also offering the electrical auxiliary heater, which can be activated through the remote control, the electric seat adjustment, ventilated seats, heated steering wheel and a choice of 17- to 20-inch wheels.
The Opel Cascada is powered by a 1.4 liter turbo engine, producing 120 HP (88 kW), mated to a six-speed manual transmission, in standard form. The 1.6 liter SIDI turbo is also available for the model, with its 170 HP (125 kW) and 280 Nm of torque (206 lb-ft), along with the 2.0 liter BiTurbo CDTI ecoFLEX, generating 195 HP (143 kW) and 400 Nm (295 lb-ft) of torque. Live images with the Cascada in Geneva can be seen below.