Tuning company JMS has just released this new modification package for the Opel Astra GTC. It starts off with a new front lip spoiler that can be mounted on the factory front bumper. This part can be purchased for 249 EUR and gives the appearance of a lower front end. However, the new 20-inch Schmidt Gotham Shadow Green alloy rims wrapped in high performance tires are what really set this Opel Astra apart from the others.
The German tuners at MR Car Design have released their latest project for the Open Insignia OPC. This car is the sibling to the U.S. version of the Buick Regal GS, however it received a more powerful engine. Compared to the four cylinder turbocharged front wheel drive Buick, the Opel Insignia OPC received a V6 turbocharged powerplant with AWD. Upon seeing the tuned Opel you won’t notice the power difference, but you will be amazed with how low the car rides to the ground. This baby is slammed!
Senner Tuning has released their latest take on the Opel Astra that received some new styling and performance modifications for the 1.4-liter turbo petrol engine. Senner started off with a new BMC sport air filter, sport exhaust system and wrapped them together with a revised ECU. This allows the custom Opel Astra to produce 165 horsepower and 250 Nm of torque. Quite an increase from the stock 140 HP and 200 Nm of torque. On the exterior of the small sporty hatch is a styling kit comprised of a matte black Steinmetz front grille, new front lip, side skirts, rear diffuser, and roof spoiler.
Irmscher has released a new tuning kit for the Open Astra GTC that makes the car more sportier. They started off under the hood, where the 1.6-liter turbocharged engine was tuned to produce 220 PS (162 kW / 217 bhp) and 374 newton meters (202 lb-ft) of torque. Exterior styling improvements consist of the new body kit, featuring a front spoiler with lip, new grille, roof spoiler, and rear diffuser. Next, a new quad piped exhaust with elliptical shaped tips was installed by Irmscher on the Opel Astra GTC.
The tuners at EDS were able to make a monster out of the Opel Astra OPC. German EDS tuning specialists are doing their best to offer Opel enthusiasts several aftermarket parts to boost the power. They are still a relatively unknown company based out of Marl, Germany, but have released a stunning kit for the most powerful Opel car, the Astra holding a 1.6-liter turbo powerplant. It was modified with a new Garret GT28 turbocharger, high performance sports exhaust system, new manifold, and ECU tuning to optimize the customizations. With these parts the Opel Astra OPC puts down 360 horsepower and 480 Nm of torque on the dyno.