Now in its second-generation, it is with 40 years of experience that German tuner Irmscher is to offer Opel's youngest new model, the Agila, a range of Irmscher sporting accessories.
Arriving onto forecourts in the coming months is Opel's new Agila, marketed as 'Flex in the City' for its versatile city car nature. But not until a re-working by tuning firm Irmscher will the new city car and its tagline have the brawn. In its second-generation with over 40,000 total units sold, the production model Agila is a successful model. And so it is with 40 years of experience that the German tuner is to offer Opel's youngest a range of Irmscher sporting accessories.
Its intention being to stand out from the crowd, the Irmscher Agila turns the heads of city dwellers with an air of 'sporting elegance' and subtle accessories - all tailored to demonstrate a higher standard in vehicle design.
Although unveiled with only rendered photos, the modified new Agila features new skirts front and rear as well as SUV-style under-body protector panels in a contrasting gray. The addition of Irmscher's larger honeycomb grille gives a more exclusive look to the model, with dynamics enhanced at the rear by a tailgate spoiler and a more prominent chromed exhaust pipe.
The Irmscher Agila is undoubtedly finished off by a range of exclusive light-weight wheels, such as Stila-Design designated 16" alloys. Better road-holding and city handling are too equipped in this new model, offering buyers a more enjoyable drive. As yet there are a no details on interior modifications, but expect the usual: splashes of chrome and a sportier trim, chiefly of note new bucket seats.