Opel has unveiled the facelifted 2014 Vivaro, which will cross swords with the 2014 Renault Trafic also announced today. 2014 Opel Vivaro comes with a lot of styling improvements and a new engine.

The exterior boasts a big front grille flanked by restyled headlights, gloss black mouldings and chrome accents. There will be three trim levels and customers will be able to choose from two lengths and two roof heights. In other words, the possibilities are exceptional, because you can create the right vehicle for your needs. There are also 11 exterior colors – 5 solid and 6 two-coat metallic as well as special hues for special versions.

The engine is a new 1.6 liter CDTI four-cylinder, which will be able to return 47 mpg UK or 39 mpg US – 6.0 liters / 100 km. There is also an advanced 1.6 BiTurbo CDTI with sequential turbocharging and a twin-cooler system. This gives the new edition of Opel's successful all-rounder top values in its vehicle class.

"The second generation Opel Vivaro distinguishes itself with its superb practicality and quality. After 13 successful years on the market, we wanted to make the all-new Vivaro's packaging even more attractive while raising the standard of its core capabilities," commented Mark Adams, Opel Design Vice President, describing the design team's task.

"The new Vivaro showcases sculptural artistry and German precision with sweeping sculptural design accents, bold proportions and premium accents. This gives it a sharpened and more refined character, making it the ideal mobile business card.", he finished.

Opel Vivaro (2014) - picture 1 of 5
Opel Vivaro (2014) - picture 2 of 5
Opel Vivaro (2014) - picture 3 of 5
Opel Vivaro (2014) - picture 4 of 5
Opel Vivaro (2014) - picture 5 of 5

Source: Opel