A new video with the Opel Karl, explaining the model’s exterior design, has been released by the carmaker.
The Opel Karl is the subject of a new video released by the company. The clip is showing the Opel vice president of design, Mark Adams, talk about the model’s body, which stands at 3,680 mm long, smaller than the Corsa, with its 4,000 mm, and slightly larger than the Adam, which is 3,700 mm long. The vehicle has a large equipment list and ten exterior paints to choose from but don’t expect the same level of customization offered by the Adam.
Some of the goodies found on the Karl include the lane departure warning, the parking sensors, cruise control, sunroof, heated front seats and steering wheel, IntelliLink infotainment system with a touch screen which has replaced most of the buttons and several other tweaks. The Opel Karl is getting a 3-cylinder 1.0 liter gasoline burner under its hood, with 75 HP (55 kW), connected to a 5-speed manual transmission. The front-wheel drive city car will go on sale in the middle of 2015 but no price list has been announced for the moment. This will be made public over the next few months.