The Opel Speedster Turbo is a two-door/transverse-mid-engine/rear-wheel-drive roadster produced at the Lotus Cars plant in Hethel, Norfolk, England, from 2004 to 2005, according to a design by Niels Loeb and Martin Smith. The first concept of the car appeared at the Geneva Motor Show in March 1999. This exotic coupe runs with a 2.0i 16V turbo DOHC engine with a maximum output power of 200Ps and 250Nm of torque, coupled with a 5-speed manual transmission. The top speed is 150.99 Mph, going from 0-60 Mph in 4.7 seconds. The turbo has a combined fuel consumption of 8.5L/100Km with a curb weight of 2216 Lbs, making it a high-efficiency machine fitting the needs of every enthusiast of fast cars.
The Opel Speedster Turbo has a truly sporty feeling, with an excellent demeanor at high speeds. It comes straight out of the factory with a double wishbones coil spring – multi-link suspension system, and 17-inch wheels in both axles, with Bridgestone Potenza S001 175/55/R17 tires on the front and 225/45/R17 on the back and a ventilated discs brake system with ABS. It is a great competitor in its price range and a fantastic acquisition for any enthusiast of European racecars with a budget of around 19,950 €