Creative, adaptable and rich: The second era Opel Meriva, to debut at the 2010 Geneva Motor Show, will set the new standard for car flexibility with a huge number of inventive elements designed to streamline the adaptable utilization of space. What's more, it is all stuffed in an unmistakable, contemporary configuration
Presently, the second era Opel Meriva again increases current standards for moderate, on-board adaptability. Its FlexSpace framework has been further created to end up much more instinctive and less demanding to utilize. It likewise presents FlexDoors, creative back pivoted back entryways that encourage access to its lodge - a debut for a volume producer. In addition, the new Meriva highlights incredible inside storage room improved by a progressive idea of adaptable focus console, and also the Opel-restrictive FlexFix framework - the incorporated back bike bearer that is put away like a drawer under the baggage compartment.
"With the Opel Zafira Flex 7 and the Meriva's FlexSpace seating concepts, we invented a new kind of fully integrated, on-board flexibility," says Alain Visser, Vice President Sales, Marketing and Aftersales Opel/Vauxhall. "With the new Meriva, we wanted to engineer the new versatility champion in the automotive industry. I don't see any other car offering so many ideas that make one's life easier."