Vygor has released the first teaser images with the production version of the Opera racing utility vehicle which is expected to make its way onto the market soon.
Remember the we do, and we’re actually sorry we can’t forget it but just when we thought the small carmaker dropped the project, we came across the images posted below on Vygor’s official website. The photos are teaser images of the final production version of the Opera which will be launched next spring in a limited edition of 150 units. We usually support small carmakers but when the teaser images appear to be made with a telephone camera and the concept car looked like the dream car of someone suffering from autism, we honestly don’t know who will buy it.
The Vygor Opera, in its final form, will be powered by a four-cylinder 2.0 liter turbo engine which will offer three stages of tune, 296 HP (221 kW) and 380 Nm of torque (280 lb-ft), 345 HP (257 kW) and 490 Nm (361 lb-ft) and 414 HP (309 kW) and 590 Nm (435 lb-ft). Power will be sent to the permanent all-wheel drive system, with a Torsen front differential and a rear locking differential, through a five-speed manual transmission, which will be available as standard, or through the six-speed sequential automatic, available as an option. The 0 to 100 km/h sprint will be done by the Opera in 4.9 seconds and top speed will stand at 260 km/h (162 mph). More details on it will be announced close to its launch.