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Vauxhall is all set to make four world premieres of its latest models at the Geneva Motor Show which will include the latest full-size, four-seat convertible know as the Vauxhall Cascada, the new ADAM ROCKS and R2 concepts and a new super-efficient 1.6-litre diesel engine in the Zafira Tourer.
The new Vauxhall Cascada will be priced from just £23,995 on-the-road and will make its first public appearance at the Geneva Motor Show before appearing in UK showrooms in April. In competition with the Audi A5 Cabriolet, the new Cascada offers an outstanding level of equipment as standard for an affordable price tag. Equipment included as standard with the entry level SE model includes 18 inch alloy wheels, a sports chassis, LED tail lamps and an aux-in/USB.
The Cascada also comes with a wide range of powerful and energy efficient engines to include a 1.4-litre (140PS) Turbo petrol, a 2.0-litre (165PS) diesel and an all-new 1.6 SIDI Turbo ECOTEC petrol engine.
The second model in Vauxhall’s four new models to wow show-goers at the Geneva Motor Show next month includes the ADAM ROCKS concept which has been built as an urban mini-crossover which could potentially open up a new segment in the motor industry. The new model is taller, wider and tougher than the production model and is compact in appearance whilst offering a cabrio roof. The current model has over one million different specifications and trim combinations and emphasises how ADAM’s unique personalisation can be taken one step further.
Vauxhall is also debuting its new generation 1.6 CDTi Start/Stop diesel engine at this year’s show, and it will be the first engine announcved in the new family of state-of-the-art four cylinder diesel units. Vauxhall’s Zafira Tourer MPV will be the first model to contain the new cutting edge powertrain which is presented as Vauxhall’s cleanest diesel engine ever and is equipped with BlueInjection selective catalytic reduction (SCR) technology. Vauxhall’s strong and powerful new 1.6 CDTi engine will deliver 136PS and 320Nm torque as well as offering outstanding fuel efficiency as high as 68.9mpg combined and 109g/km CO2.
Finally, the last vehicle to preview at this year’s Geneva Motor Show is the Rally Cup variant of the latest A-sector newcomer, marking Vauxhall’s sister company Opel’s official return to the motorsport. Built to FIA R2 regulations, the ADAM R2 is powered by a 1.6-litre 16V engine and will produce 185PS and maximum torque of about 190Nm in its competitive configuration.