VIENNA – Adam Opel reveals its new convertible,based on the Astra architecture, will be called the Cascada. Derived from the Spanish word meaning waterfall, Cascada maintains a tradition at Opel of car names that end in the letter “A.” Opel also releases partial-view pictures that show the upper half of the new model. The 185.0-in. (470-cm) long 4-seater will be built at the General Motors Mfg. Poland plant in Gliwice, Poland. The car is “a contender in the ...

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