The German automaker will spice up the Cascada convertible through a new special edition called “Supreme” which is premiering in front of the worldwide audience during the Paris Motor Show.
The company has decided to freshen the open top’s appeal by delivering the new version in three exterior hues with unique names – “Black Meet Kettle”, “Pull Me Over Red”, and “Summit White.” No matter the choice, the Cascada will wear a black fabric roof complete with black accents on the front grille and on the side mirror caps. Differences to the standard versions include the fog lamp housings and crossbar of the logo being colored with a body matching color. The exterior detailing is wrapped with two-tone 20-inch alloy wheels with a glossy black finish for increased elegance lent to the four-seater convertible.
Moving inside the cabin, the Opel Cascada Supreme has a red signature line as inspired by the GT concept, matched with red look for the seams of the door and cockpit trims as well as seats, contrasted by the black ones deployed for the center console, steering wheel, and shift lever. Opel also added a piano black laquer trim to the instrument panel and for more money the owners can also have a three-spoke steering wheel and the AGR ergonomic seats wrapped in Siena leather.