Opel Kadett B replaced its successful predecessor, the Opel Kadett A, in 1965. The successor to the first post-war Kadett was 18 centimeters longer, exceeding four meters in length and was available in three body versions right from market launch: as a two or four-door sedan, of course again as a CarAvan station wagon and as a chic coupé.
The Opel Rallye Kadett was introduced as the sportiest version of the lineup. The Opel Rallye Kadett came to the market with 1.1-litre SR engine with twin carburetors. The car a sporty interior and a distinctive racy design with matte black bonnet and side and rear strips.