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MR Car Design Tuned Opel Insignia OPC

Sunday, April 15th, 2012:

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!

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Steinmetz Opel Insignia Sports Tourer OPC

Thursday, December 17th, 2009:


Here we have the fastest Opel built by the tuning company Steinmetz, the street legal Opel Insignia Sports Tourer OPC. Setting a new top speed record of 287.4 km/h, the new Opel Insignia accomplished this staggering number in October during a test run at the Nardo ring in Italy. The track in Italy allows the driver to reach the cars maximum speed, without ever having to turn the wheels, thanks to its large 12 kilometer oval circuit. Tuning the performance outside the engine bay, Steinmetz installed a custom aerodynamic kit that included new front and rear spoilers, side skirts, and a new front grille. The Opel Insignia also received a sport suspension kit, along with 20-inch lightweight alloy wheels, and a few extra chrome features for the exterior.

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Steinmetz Opel Insignia

Thursday, November 27th, 2008:

The new Opel Insignia is already a car that many tuners want to modify. It has a nice design, it’s not expensive at all and it has a lot of innovative systems that make it more interesting than other cars. Steinmetz is one of the tuning companies that made a special tuning package for Insignia. They lowered the suspension system, installed 20″ alloy rims and modified the front spoiler, floor mats and the rear bumper. Insignia is the new European Car of the Year and it’s available in four versions equipped with a 2.0L diesel engine which could develop between 110 HP and 190 HP. The petrol versions range from 140 HP to 260 HP for the 2.8L V6 turbo engine. Read More →

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