The sixth generation of Astra, which started production in Germany, is getting ready to hit the roads of Turkey in September. In addition to the advanced technologies it offers, the new generation Opel Astra is already generating great excitement with its simple and bold design language.
“The new Astra will give us additional momentum”
Commenting on the start of production of the new Opel Astra, Opel CEO Florian Huettl said, “The new Astra has been developed with passion and dedication down to the smallest detail. This new product, designed, developed and manufactured at our headquarters in Rüsselsheim, will give us an additional impetus.”
Rewrites the rules of the game
The new Opel Astra represents the beginning of a new design philosophy for the brand. The new Astra has a more dynamic design than ever before with its plain, sharp surfaces, lines free of unnecessary elements and the new brand face Opel Visor.
The new model also redefines the rules of the game with the new technologies it brings to the compact class. The most striking of the innovations that users know only from upper segment vehicles is; adaptable, glare-free Intelli-Lux LED® Pixel Headlight technology. The headlight technology comes directly from Opel's flagships, the Insignia and Grandland; With its 168 LED cells, it offers a lighting power far ahead of its competitors in the compact and middle class.
In the interior of the new generation Astra, it is almost as if zamA leap is taking place. Thanks to the fully digital Pure Panel, analog displays become a thing of the past. The new interface (HMI) with user-friendly and modern graphics offers car enthusiasts a simpler and more intuitive experience. While the system is operated via a large touch screen, important settings such as climate control can be selected directly with physical buttons. The extraordinary seating ergonomics of the new compact model is also one of the details unique to Opel. AGR certified front seats, developed in-house, offer unrivaled comfort and ergonomics, especially on long journeys.