Opel SpeedsterFirst introduced at the 1999 Salon de l'Automobile in Geneva in concept car form, Opel Speedster was a bold visual contrast to the workaday sedans, coupes and people movers sold by General Motors' big European marque.
Opel SpeedsterA modified GM 2.2-liter In-line four has been substituted for the Rover-supplied powerplant used in the Elise. Basically the same engine used by Saturn, the lightweight aluminum puts out 147 HP, and delivers a moving 90 percent of its torque at just 1900 rpm.
The rear-drive Speedster weighs in at just 1914 lbs. It sprints from 0 to 60mph in 5.9 seconds.
The Opel Speedster offers maximum driving pleasure. The Speedster is built for driving enthusiasts who seek maximum driving pleasure ahead of comfort. True to its name, the Speedster has a top speed of 134 mph and demonstrates exemplary agility on winding roads.