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Opel GT
Opel
aka Vauxhall GT
Production 2007-
Class Sports Car
Body Style 2-Door Convertible
Length 4102.1 mm
Width 1813.6 mm
Height 1275.1 mm
Wheelbase
Weight 1329 kg
Transmission 5-Speed Manual
Engine 2.0 Liter Turbocharged ECOTEC I-4
Power 260.00 BHP (191.4 KW) @ 5300.00 RPM and 258.00 Ft-Lbs (349.8 NM) @ 2500.00 RPM
Similar Saturn Sky
Pontiac Solstice
Mazda MX-5 Miata
Alfa Romeo Spider
Designer

The modern Opel GT debuted at the 2006 Geneva Motor Show and continued in the tradition of the original Opel GT that was produced from 1968 untill 1973. Although both generations are small, two-seat sports cars, the major difference is that the modern version is only available as a convertible and the previous version was only available as a coupe. The new Opel GT is based on the same General Motors "Kappa" chasis as the Pontiac Solstice and the Saturn Sky and is also manufactured at the same plant in Wilmington, Delaware.

Although the car will be sold in the UK as the Vauxhall VX Lightning, it will maintain the left-hand drive position as the Opel GT sold in mainland Europe.

See Autopedia's comprehensive <Opel GT> Review.

Recent ChangesEdit

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Styles and Major OptionsEdit

The Opel GT currently comes in only one bodystyle and one trim level. The standard engine is the 2.0 Liter 4-cylinder and there is no optional engine. This is different with the GT's sister cars where they use the turbocharged 4-cylinder for their more sporty models and the normally-aspirated 4-cylinder as the base enigine.

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SafetyEdit

In the interests of safety, the Opel GT has Anti-lock Brakes, Traction Control, and the Electronic Stability Program. Both the ESP and TC are activated after ignition, but can be turned off by the driver with an ESP button on the instrument panel.

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Main CompetitorsEdit

The main competition to the Opel GT, as well as the Pontiac Solstice and Saturn Sky, is the long-running Mazda Mx-5 Miata. The Miata is often creditied with reviving the idea of the low-budget roadster and has the market to itself for nearly two decades.

Hybrid ModelsEdit

Currently there is no hybrid version of the Opel GT.

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Current Generation: (2007–present)Edit

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First Generation/Origins (1968–1973)Edit

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Opel GT
Opel
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Production 1968-1973 103,463 Made
Class Sports Car
Body Style 2-Door Coupe
Length 4112.3 mm
Width 1579.9 mm
Height 1224.3 mm
Wheelbase 2430.8 mm
Weight 809.7 kg
Transmission 4-Speed Manual
Engine 1.1 Liter OHV I-4
1.9 Liter OHV I-4(optional)
Power 67 hp (with 1.1L)
100hp (with 1.9L)
Similar
Designer Clare McKichan and Chuck Jordan


WorldwideEdit

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Design quirks and odditiesEdit

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AwardsEdit

  • 2007 Most Beautiful Convertible in the World

See alsoEdit

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External LinksEdit

Opel's GT webpage.

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