2015 Opel Astra OPC Extreme - Opel Cars Review
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2015 Opel Astra OPC Extreme – 2014 Geneva Motor Show, Developed at the Nurburgring Nordschleife, as the most demanding in the world, equipped with all the” high-tech” components that owns and racing variant of the Opel Astra OPC Cup, and is powered by a 2.0- liter turbo engine with more than 300 “horses”. If public reaction is in line with the positive expectations, Opel plans to produce limited series of supercar performance models Extreme for regular traffic.Under the hood 2015 Opel Astra OPC Extreme, carbon fiber hides a 2.0- liter turbo petrol engine with direct injection and variable valve timing, which is the most powerful four-cylinder engine that Opel has ever produced. Motor completely made of aluminum, “matched” with the 6 – speed manual gearbox that transmits power to the front wheels, using the differential with limited slip. This drive system, tested on the track, the model will easily run OPC Extreme, considering that this sports car for 100 pounds lighter than the “normal” Astra OPC, thanks to high-quality parts made of carbon fiber.Also, Opel is the 2015 Opel Astra OPC Extreme model achieved astonishing stopping power with braking system with 6 -piston Brembo jaws and front discs 370 mm , as in a race car. 19-inch tires in the dimension 245/35 extremely high-performance, specially developed for the model Extreme, and have almost as good grip as well as in a race car.Quest for uncompromising performance continues in the interior of the 2015 Opel Astra OPC Extreme – rear seats have been removed and instead there is safety “roll- bar” protection. Driver and front passenger are perfectly placed in specially designed Recaro sports seats with seat belts Scrotch the “six points”. The driver also has the pleasure of touch superior steering reinforced with carbon fiber and covered with suede leather, stitched fine yellow decorative thread.
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