- Costs reduced: frugal engines, long service intervals
- More power: Turbo D diesels with BiTurbo technology certified to latest standards
- Higher safety: Side-Wind Assistant always installed
- Heavy duty: Movano with rear-wheel drive, twin tyres, limited-slip differential
- All-around visibility: “Rear Vision” camera and Blind Spot Warning
Highly equipped, top assistance systems
The new Movano is always ready for a hard day’s work, even in the base version. The Side Wind Assistant is available for the first time; the same goes for LED daylight running lights, radio remote control, radio with Bluetooth and USB socket, and for the Sight Pack with automatic headlight dipping and rain sensor.
Blind Spot Warning and “Rear Vision” camera make their debut in the Movano. A special camera shows the driver what is going on behind while the vehicle is in motion; on panel van versions with a bulkhead between cockpit and cargo compartment, drivers no longer need to rely only on the exterior mirrors.
The Blind Spot Warning prevents accidents with other road users, for example with cyclists. Moving objects, such as bicycles or motor bikes, which the driver normally cannot see from the cockpit, are recognised by ultrasonic sensors. If they detect something in the blind spot, an LED warning lights up in the corresponding exterior mirror. Additional safety features in the new Movano include the optional Lane Keep Assist.
High efficiency BiTurbo diesel engines
The powertrain portfolio of the new Movano is based on the powerful BiTurbo diesel with its modest fuel consumption. The 2.3-litre power units – which all comply with the strict Euro 6d-TEMP (light duty) or Euro VId (heavy duty) emissions standards – range from 96kW (131hp) to 133kW (180hp). Compared with the previous generation, they have between five and ten more horsepower and 20 to 40 Newton metres higher torque. The top-of-the-line 133kW (180hp) BiTurbo develops maximum torque of 400Nm. The moderate fuel consumption also has a positive effect on the budget.
Opel customers can choose between engines with six-speed manual or (at a later date) automated manual transmissions. In addition to front-wheel drive, the “heavy duty” Movano also offers the option of rear-wheel drive, also with twin wheels. Rear-wheel drive versions of the Movano can be ordered with a limited-slip differential.
Mobile office: fully connected, 22 storage compartments in the cockpit
The new Movano offers up to 22 optional storage areas totalling 104 litres of additional space. The passenger-side FlexTray glovebox, which pulls out like a drawer, is especially practical. It holds up to 10.5 litres.
The Navi 50 IntelliLink Pro heads the infotainment offer. The system is compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto and thus offers excellent connectivity. It has a capacitive, 7.0-inch colour touchscreen, which makes it comfortable to operate. Smartphones are connected via Bluetooth or USB. Wireless charging is also new to the Movano.
All needs covered: 150 variants offered ex works
With its new face, the new Movano is clearly recognisable as a member of the Opel family. More than 150 versions and are available ex works. The new Movano panel van is available in four lengths and three heights, with up to 4.5 tonnes maximum gross vehicle weight and 17 cubic metres of cargo volume.
The new Movano impresses with excellent values for operating costs in all relevant areas. These range from service intervals extended to 40,000 kilometres or two years, moderately priced spare parts and materials, and engines with low running costs.
 The fuel consumption and CO2 emissions figures mentioned are determined according to the new World Harmonised Light Vehicle Test Procedure WLTP (Regulation EU 2017/948), and the relevant values are translated back into NEDC to allow the comparability with other vehicles. Please contact your dealer for the latest information. The values do not take into account in particular use and driving conditions, equipment or options and may vary depending on the format of tires.
 The fuel consumption and CO2 emissions figures mentioned comply with the WLTP homologation (regulation EU 2017/948). From 1 September 2018, new vehicles are type-approved using the World Harmonised Light Vehicle Test Procedure (WLTP), which is a new, more realistic test procedure for measuring fuel consumption and CO2 emissions. The WLTP fully replaces the New European Drive Cycle (NEDC), which was the test procedure used previously. Due to more realistic test conditions, the fuel consumption and CO2 emissions measured under the WLTP are in many cases higher compared to those measured under the NEDC. The fuel consumption and CO2 emissions figures may vary depending on specific equipment, options and format of tires.