VAUXHALL Tigra Twin Top

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VAUXHALL Tigra Twin Top
VAUXHALL Tigra Twin Top   2004 2009
2004 2009

The Vauxhall Tigra was actually the same car as the Opel Tigra designed for the UK market.
Thus, based on the Opel Corsa C, the Tigra was the first small class coupe-cabriolet produced by the German carmaker.

The two-seater had an angular look and made an excellent boulevard-cruiser.

The Tigra released back in 1995 was a city coupe that didn’t enjoy much succes, with production ending in 2001 due to poor sales. Thus, Opel tried again in 2004 with the new Tigra and this time it was different, as the cabriolet draw people’s attention.

The design was inspired by its bigger brother, the Astra, even though it was based on the same platform with the Corsa. The chromed line on the grille the angular lines and clear edges made the car look different on the small-segment category. For the retractable hard-top, Holden employed the same company which made the Peugeot 206 CC, the French coachbuilder Heuliez. In the back, the big taillights were inspired by those found in the Astra.

Compared to the Peugeot 206 that had a small rear bench, the Tigra could only offer seating for two people. The dashboard design was similar to the Corsa C (the third generation) and so was the center stack and the door panels.

Under the hood, Vauxhall installed a 1.8-liter gasoline engine as a single choice.

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