When finally reached the expected time of Geneva Motor Show. The event opened its doors loaded with new features among which we supercars, prototypes and vehicles of all kinds, where there is space for small SUVs that much excitement rise.
And today when going to focus on a German lightning, that after knowing its beautiful design and high mechanical capabilities announced its price for our market, Spain. The new Opel Corsa OPC will go on sale beginning May and depart from 22,100 euros including taxes, ranking below its predecessor and in the price range to fight with all its rivals.
For within these 22,100 euros is fastest Corsa history . Developed entirely by the department Opel Performance Center and the legendary Nürburgring layout features a turbocharged 1.6-liter four-cylinder capable of yielding 207 horses engine and impressive 280Nm of torque thanks to the overboost function.
Also, for the purists still has a six-speed manual transmission thanks to their good low psychological staggering figure 7 seconds in the 0-100km / h , now costs 6.8 seconds . But what really matters is their resilience, which stands at 6.4 seconds to move from 80km / ha 120km / h thereby win in safety and fun when you get ahead by a mountain. And when we get into the circuit, we can achieve exceptional 230km / h top speed .
As for consumption, according to official figures conforms to 7.5 liters per 100km with emission levels 174 grams of CO 2 per kilometer . The truth is that those 22,100 euros can take a car with a sporty design, a motor and a performance of heart and an interior that has prodigious Recaro seats if they are as good as in the previous generation will sit as a glove.
Now we just have to wait to know what the premium will Corsa OPC with Performance package and if you notice a substantial difference from the standard version. Currently this new OPC and equals the previous Corsa Nürburgring Edition, so we have a devourer of twisted roads and traps.
Source – Opel
From 14,590 euro
Article New Opel Corsa OPC, from 22,100 euros in Spain was originally published in Current Motor.