Opel is set to introduce new generations of its Combo compact, Vivaro mid-size and Movano large-size light commercial vehicles (LCVs) in Ireland in early summer 2024.
According to Opel, its new range of light commercial vehicles will carry over all the strengths of their predecessors.
Each model will feature new exterior styling and a redesigned cockpit, while the battery-electric versions will continue to offer impressive driving ranges. A wide range of advanced driver assistance systems are also included.
In addition, the German brand said that the new Movano will also be available as a hydrogen fuel cell vehicle, in the near future.
Along with the Opel blitz brand emblem, these upcoming light commercial vehicle models will wear a LCV-specific interpretation of the Opel Vizor front face, already familiar from Opel passenger cars.
In addition to the exterior design, Opel said the interiors of its new Combo, Vivaro, and Movano have undergone much development.
The highlights of the refreshed cockpits will include new wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto-compatible infotainment systems with colour touchscreens up to 10 inches in size.
Furthermore, the trio will be available in various lengths, heights, and body types to meet all professional needs, and they will maintain their convincing load volumes, payloads, and towing capacities.
Opel said it will reveal more details about the individual vehicle lines in the coming weeks.