2008 Opel Agila by Irmscher review and pictures

Posted on Monday, 4 February 2008 , 03:02:59 byAngela

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Opel Agila by Irmscher

Arriving onto forecourts in the coming months is Opel`s new Agila, marketed as `Flex in the City` for its versatile city car nature. But not until a re-working by tuning firm Irmscher will the new city car and its tagline have the brawn. In its second-generation with over 40,000 total units sold, the production model Agila is a successful model. And so it is with 40 years of experience that the German tuner is to offer Opel`s youngest a range of Irmscher sporting accessories.
Its intention being to stand out from the crowd, the Irmscher Agila turns the heads of city dwellers with an air of `sporting elegance` and subtle accessories - all tailored to demonstrate a higher standard in vehicle design.

Although unveiled with only rendered photos, the modified new Agila features new skirts front and rear as well as SUV-style under-body protector panels in a contrasting gray. The addition of Irmscher`s larger honeycomb grille gives a more exclusive look to the model, with dynamics enhanced at the rear by a tailgate spoiler and a more prominent chromed exhaust pipe.

The Irmscher Agila is undoubtedly finished off by a range of exclusive light-weight wheels, such as Stila-Design designated 16" alloys. Better road-holding and city handling are too equipped in this new model, offering buyers a more enjoyable drive. As yet there are a no details on interior modifications, but expect the usual: splashes of chrome and a sportier trim, chiefly of note new bucket seats.