In the automotive world, vans usually fly under the radar, but Irmscher's latest creation is anything but ordinary. The German tuner returns with an Opel Zafira-based van, cloaked in darkness and limited to just 100 exclusive units. Dubbed the 'is3 Black Phantom 2.0', it stands as a testament that utility can blend seamlessly with an air of mystery.
This vehicle sports a sinister guise, thanks to an elaborate body kit and a redesigned chassis. The Opel sports a new face with an integrated front spoiler lip, giving it an aggressive demeanor. The van's profile is enhanced with new side skirts and rear extensions, adding to its dynamic stance.
The rear of the Black Phantom doesn't shy away from the spotlight either. Irmscher has fitted it with a wider apron for a stealthier wheel coverage and a functional spoiler, all meticulously tested for aerodynamics. The tuner's touch extends to a stunning interplay of golden and black accents, with golden lines adorning the front grille and side panels, celebrating Irmscher's rich legacy with a bold graphic.
Underneath the brooding exterior lie 20-inch Hydra Star wheels, cloaked in black and cradling the lowered chassis. While details on the chassis adjustments remain a mystery, the visual effect is undeniably ground-hugging. Power options remain as diverse as the factory-offered diesel engines, without explicit enhancements disclosed.
Irmscher's history of elevating vehicles is notable, with projects ranging from a custom Tesla Model Y to this latest venture. Each Black Phantom will be available exclusively through Irmscher or its affiliated partners, marking another chapter in the tuner's storied book of automotive customization.