Described as a lounge on wheels, the Zafira features advanced rear seats that would feel at home in a Maybach.
With the Geneva Motor Show less than a week away, Opel has released new details about the Zafira Tourer Concept.
Designed to preview the production model that will be unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show, the concept features an Ampera-inspired front fascia, a "hockey stick" character line, a panoramic windscreen, and a glass roof with integrated ambient lighting. Furthermore, the MPV is equipped with bi-xenon headlights, LED daytime driving lights, and 20-inch alloy wheels.
Inside, the cabin is described as a "lounge on wheels" as it's elegantly appointed with advanced rear seats that would feel at home in a Maybach. The footrests are fairly typical, but the coup de grâce is electrically-powered headrests that swivel 90 degrees to a horizontal position to ensure "pure wellness for the passengers." Additionally, the second-row center seat folds down to reveal an armrest (for passengers in the outer seating positions) and the third-row seats can be folded into the floor with a simple press of a button.
Under the hood, power is provided by a turbocharged 1.4-liter petrol engine with start / stop technology. Specifications haven't been released, but the four-cylinder will likely produce 140 PS (103 kW / 138 hp) and 200 Nm (148 lb-ft) of torque.