Vauxhall has said that its Cascada convertible will go on sale next March, just in time for the spring.
Only last month did the company announce details of what will be its largest ever open-top offering – longer, in fact, than an Audi A5 Convertible – but now it has revealed what the new arrival will look like, and that it will be powered by a new 1.6 turbo petrol unit among other engines. Duncan Aldred, Vauxhall’s chairman and managing director, said: “Cascada is set to change people’s perception of Vauxhall once again.”
The full-size convertible sector tends only to be occupied by very high-priced cars from premium manufacturers. With Cascada, we’re offering customers high levels of equipment, technology and luxury but at an affordable price.” While the company has offered large convertibles before – both the MK1 and MK2 versions of the Cavalier could be bought as al fresco models – the Cascada is the first time the company has designed and engineered such a model without the help of an outside firm since the 1930s.
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