These are images of the new Opel Meriva, for the first time revealing the new model’s engine and interior
Still camouflaged to confuse eyes and lenses, the revolutionary news of this car can be seen upon closer inspection. It’s the rear side-doors! Their fake door handles indicate they are actually hinged at the rear and these photos are the final proof that the rumoured suicide-doors are really coming.
With a much more elegant appearance compared to the current car, the revolutionary easy access to the rear seats and Opel’s economic diesel engines, we have no doubt the car is going to be a great success.
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