The German subsidiary of General Motors, Opal, came out with the all new Opel Astra sedan recently. Opel does not want to limit the Astra to just one model and it is taking the Astra car to another level by coming out with a GTC three door hatch called the Astra Sports Tourer. As the name suggests, it is one Astra wagon that will excite the young people who like to take an adventurous trip in their car.

The all new Astra Sports Tourer is all set to debut at the forthcoming Frankfurt Motor Show. The new Astra Tourer looks to more stylish and modern than the model that it is going to replace. Opel has worked on this Tourer for a long time to bring out this lighter sports Tourer. There is no compromise on the interior space though, as it offers more interior space for both the cargo as well as the occupants.

Astra Sports Tourer To Debut At Frankfurt Motor Show

The Astra Sports Tourer comes out with all the latest technologies that it can incorporate. This is offered on the vehicle, despite it being a very popular vehicle. The Tourer has an OnStar system in place that is compatible with Android Auto as well as Apple Car Play. The vehicle comes with a new seat design that gives the car a modern and chic look. A different tail gate opening through a kick makes it a funky wagon.

The Tourer is powered by a 1.0 to 1.6 liters gasoline or diesel engine that is fitted with four cylinders. The vehicle can produce a maximum power of 95 to 200 HP. GM is looking to make Astra one of its top sellers in the overseas market and the Tourer will help in taking Astra sales to a new level.

A concept version of the Vivaro car will also be showcased by General Motors Opel division at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show. This car comes with a two tone copper and white paint on it and is a surf concept vehicle. The vehicle rides on special alloys and you can even find a surfboard rack on top of the vehicle. If Opel receives a positive feedback about the vehicle during the Frankfurt Motor Show, it will be coming out with a limited production of this concept car.

GM is also hoping that the two new vehicles from the Opel stable get a good reception at the Frankfurt International Motor Show.