The cheapest version of the newly unveiled Opel Karl has been priced from 9,500 euros, on its local market, taxes included.
The newest member added to the Opel family is also the smallest one and this is now getting ready to arrive in dealerships across the Old Continent. The model in question has been priced from 9,500 euros, for the base entry-level version, and it is a cheaper alternative to the Adam, which is starting from 11,750 euros. Despite being 20 mm shorter, standing in at 3,680 mm, compared to the Adam, the Karl is also more practical because it is adding the rear doors.
Thanks to its practical side, the Opel Karl can seat five people instead of four and it has a wheelbase of 2,385 mm, with a 40:60 folding rear bench which will give you a total cargo capacity of almost 1,000 liters. The Opel Karl is weighing 939 kg and it is getting the same level of finish as the Adam. The vehicle is going to be powered exclusively by the 1.0 liter three-cylinder all-aluminum naturally aspirated unit, which is producing a total of 75 HP (55 kW), connected to a 5-speed manual transmission sending power to the front-wheel drive. The average fuel consumption in the small city car stands at 4.3L / 100km and the CO2 emissions stand at 99 g/km. The Karl will be introduced in Geneva, this March, and it will be produced in South Korea, hitting the dealerships this summer.