The newest Italian automaker named Vygor has finally released some details about its crossover looking vehicle, the Opera, and honestly we liked it better when it was teased and only its headlights were visible, with everything else being in the shadow.
Vygor says that its Opera is powered by a 2.0 liter turbo-intercooler engine, made by Mitsubishi and modified by Terrosi, available in three levels, the 300 Cv, 350 Cv and 420 Cv, where the “Cv” is obviously a new standard measurement for donkeypower in Vygor’s vision but we’ll look away from that and tell you that its actually the “classic” horsepower.
According to the new
bucketmaker carmaker, the Opera can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 5.9 / 4.9 seconds while the top speed is 250 / 260 km/h, depending on the level selected by the drunken buyer who will pay 140.000 EUR + tax.
The Vygor Opera comes with three set-up levels, the All-road, with 18 inch wheels covered in 245/60 tires, the Easy, with 20 inch wheels and 255/35 tires and the Extreme with 22 inch wheels wrapped in 255/30 tires, all of them with an apparent “special shock absorber”, whatever that is in Vygor’s vision.
The total weight of the
bucket car is 1.580 kg, with 4.86 m in length, 2.00 meters width and 1.63 m height, and the customers will be able to choose some hand-assembled features, Italian skin for the dashboard and seats. As we said earlier, the Vygor Opera has a starting price of 140.000 EURO + tax, so good luck selling that!