The fact that the cabriolet based on the new Astra J get a proper name became known for a long time. The German automaker plans to position the new product as a separate model.
Today, the network has a teaser of the model itself, and the camp at Opel have reported that the new convertible is called Opel Cascada. The world premiere of the Cascades (Spanish translated as “waterfall”) will be held in late September at the Paris Motor Show in 2012.
While any information about Cascada is not very much. Among the available data appear on the overall length of the gig, which is 4 700 mm (250 mm longer than its predecessor in the face Astra TwinTop), as well as the speed of 50 km/h, which can be on the move to lower the soft convertible top.
It is expected that throughout the interior trends will use more expensive materials, and the engine lineup is likely to be borrowed from the hatchback. We are waiting for details.