2011 Opel Corsa OPC Nurburgring Reviews. Shown with new performance, full force, a combination of sophisticated systems, this is the creation of hand opel cars to develop their market. Cars that are now marketed the Opel Corsa OPC Nurburgring in 2011. Integrated with the new tire model that makes the display more spectacular.
In terms of interior and exterior for this car deserve a good rating. This is evident from a given product is very cool and enjoyable to watch. No less important additional features that exist in the interior make this car more and indeed dominate in its class.
Additional power is greater due to modification of the engine and turbo systems. The model sports exhaust with a reduction in pressure as well as optimizing for fuel so that for 1.6-liter turbo engine to be up around 141 kW/192 hp to 154 kW/210 hp. Deliver outstanding results and also the basis of 230-266 Nm of torque to be increased to 250 Nm and 280 Nm at turbochanger overboost function is activated. It seems very interesting is not it, you can leave your spending money for this.
In order to convert such power into efficient propulsion, the front axle is equipped with a mechanical, multi-plate limited-slip differential. This helps reduce wheel slip when there are very high lateral forces under acceleration, for example, or changes in the texture of the road surface. It is also ideal for forays onto the race track.
The chassis of this model has also been retuned. Measures taken include an even lower ride height, the use of newly developed spring and damper units by Bilstein and – as a further high-tech detail – a new lightweight front braking system from specialists Brembo with bespoke, high-performance brake linings. The control algorithms for the chassis support systems – ABS, Traction Control (TC) and the Electronic Stability Control (ESC) – have all been recalibrated by experts at the Opel Performance Center to match the car’s new configuration.
Standard performance figures give only hint of what it’s like to drive this car. It hits 100 km/h from a standing start in just 6.8 seconds, and in-gear elasticity is boosted by that plentiful torque generation. This small sports hatch completes the transition from 80 to 120 km/h in 5th gear in just 6.2 seconds, and with a top speed of 230 km/h it is among the performance leaders in its class.
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