Opel Future Models - Overview

DRIVING INTO TOMORROW.

Opel has always been recognised as a practical innovator. Our engineers and designers are constantly searching for more flexibility, better ergonomics, lower or zero emissions, to provide better cars for all of our customers.


This naturally means we expend a lot of effort in studying cutting edge design, and new propulsion technologies. We are also evaluating advanced materials and developing new production techniques to make them feasible. All together this adds up to a desire to stay right at the forefront when it comes to defining the future of automotive mobility.


Take a look at our future cars and upcoming models.

  • Opel Adam - Interior Design

    Opel Adam exterior design

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ADAM ROCKS! Tuned in, turned on and way out.

ADAM ROCKS is more than a mini crossover. Open, cool and chunky, it’s small in size but big on attitude and adventure. It packs the energy boost of go anywhere spirit, but never hits heavily on your pocket. It loves the city, but is just as happy to show its strengths where the roads start to empty and fields close in. Fully connected, brilliantly individual and a great character: the ADAM ROCKS – so come on and roll with it.


  • Opel Cascada Convertible - Exterior open

    Opel Cascada Convertible - Exterior open

  • Opel Cascada Convertible - Exterior closed

    Opel Cascada Convertible - Exterior closed

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Open up something special

Designed to open eyes and minds, the new Opel Cascada is a really classic topless act. Long, sleek and sensual, premium quality in every respect, with a soft top that opens or closes at up to 50 km/h, luxury for four full-sized people and looks that command respect.


  • Opel Astra

  • Opel Astra

  • Opel Meriva

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Cleaner, leaner and fitter

Over the years Opel has introduced a whole range of new features to the mass market, and we never stop seeking to innovate. The FlexFix® rear carrier system and the FlexRail® centre console storage system of the Meriva are just two more recent examples. See what’s coming next.