Supreme is a visually-enhanced trim for the Cascada convertible
At 2016 Paris Motor Show, Opel will spice up its aging Cascada with a Supreme version.
A series of small upgrades have been made, to differentiate the Supreme from the regular version. For a start, it will be available in three quirkily-named exterior colors – Black Meet Kettle, Pull Me Over Red and Summit White – to match the elegant black soft-top.
‘Black’ seems to be the keyword here, as the Supreme trim comes with black accents all over the exterior, from the front grille and mirror caps to the 20-inch alloys defined by a glossy black finish.
Inside, the instrument panel gets a piano black finish and red stitching on the dash, upholstery, steering wheel and shift lever. Although Opel reduced the overwhelmingly high number of buttons on the dashboard, the Cascada is still retains them.
Regarding comfort, the “all-season convertible” Cascada can feature the AGR ergonomic seats (at extra cost) now available in the Astra. A three-spoke steering wheel is also an optional feature.
The Cascada supreme will make its debut at this month Paris Motor Show, with sales starting this November in Europe. The price has not been officialized yet.