He is a multi-talent, the new Opel Movano – even more user-friendly than before. Many new assistance systems and technologies make working life more enjoyable and easier. Meanwhile, he performs with a new face that unmistakably identifies him as an Opel family member.
The innovations include a "rear-vision" rear-view camera system, with which the driver has everything in view at all times. Features such as Blind Spot Warner and Lane Keeping Assist increase the safety of all road users. Add to that a top networking and infotainment offering with the new Navi 50 IntelliLink Pro, which features a touch-sensitive seven-inch display and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility.
Matching smartphones can optionally be charged via wireless charging. The Movano is the "Groe" in the Opel LCV portfolio (Light Commercial Vehicles). Together with the new Vivaro and Combo Cargo, the Rsselsheim-based manufacturer now has the latest fleet of light commercial vehicles on the market.
The interior of the new Movano is designed as a modern mobile office. With 22 storage and storage options, there is plenty of room for all things of daily needs. Smart solutions such as the extendable FlexTray glove box with up to 10.5 liter capacity make work easier. The air-sprung seat ensures that Movano drivers are always fit and relaxed.
One of the traditional strengths of the big Opel transporter: the new Movano is a panel van in four lengths and three heights with a permissible gross vehicle weight of up to 4.5 tonnes and a cubic capacity of 17 cubic meters. In total, there are over 150 different body and body variants ex works.
Depending on the variant, the Movano takes up to five Euro pallets. So a version is available for almost every need and every special usage profile. With new handles on the side walls and LED lighting, the cargo space can now be used even better.
The article "Opel Movano with even more talent" was added to the category News by Lars Wallerang on 15/05/2019 with the keywords Commercial vehicles, assistance system, facelift, news, released.
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