By on May 22, 2014

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Spurred on by the success of the Volkswagen Up! and Ford Ka, Vauxhall (and presumably Opel) will market a city car slotting below the Adam.

Based on the next-generation Chevrolet Spark, the Vauxhall will wear the Viva nameplate, which was last used in 1979. According to Auto Express, the Opel variant will use a different name, which would be a rare departure from the typical Opel/Vauxhall arrangement. Power is said to come from GM’s new small engine family, likely a 1.0L 3-cylinder unit. Like the Spark, the Viva would be built in South Korea. Hopefully the handsome styling carries over to our side of the pond.

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