Following on from its Geneva motoshow debut, Opel/ Vauxhall have announced that the Zafira Tourer is to head into production. Retaining much of the concept’s overall design, the new Zafira Tourer is heralded as a ‘quantum leap’ from its manufacturers.
An extensively re-designed Flex-7 seating system, focus on improved cabin quality and improved materials sees the Zafira elevated in terms of cabin luxury. This premium quality focus has not come at the expense of practicality, with the Zafira Tourer still offering copious levels of stowage and seating flexibility.
Outside, the car dons an Ampera-esque DRG, featuring the ‘boomerang’ graphics and dominant trapezoidal grille.
In silhouette, the Zafira Tourer is said to be ‘reminiscent of a high-speed train’, with the belt line ‘sweeping up to visually propel the car forward’.
The Zafira also boasts various safety features, such as ‘Lane Departure Warning’ and ‘Forward Collision Alert’, again adding to the focus on safety and premium quality feel.