The first rendering with the upcoming Opel Karl has recently hit the web and it might provide us with a first look into how the final production version of the model may turn out to be.
The development of a small city car called the Karl and signed by Opel is no longer a surprise for anyone who is carefully reading the automotive news as the model in question has been recently caught on camera by our spy photographers while it was being tested out, but now, thanks to X-Tomi Design, we can see how the vehicle may look like once it will be ready for its future customers.
The image posted above is a rendering and it has been based on the recent spy photos which have hit the web. The Opel Karl, which will be sold in the United Kingdom as the Vauxhall Viva, will basically be a rival for models such as the Dacia Sandero and the Hyundai i10. The model should come with an engine range inherited from the Adam, including the new 1.0 liter 3-cylinder turbocharged unit with 115 HP and 166 Nm of torque, and it will stand at 3.68 meters long. Prices for the vehicle should start at less than 10,000 euros in Europe and 7,000 GBP in the United Kingdom. Rumor has it that it will be introduced at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show.