• Opel Speedster - Photo Album

    Opel Speedster First 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 Speedster A 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.
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