Opel Insignia OPC 

  • 2010
The Insignia OPC specific mechatronic chassis features a new front suspension architecture that improves ride and handling performance and provides the sharper steering one expects in a high performance car.
by Top Speed (Jul, 2009)
In addition to the quick response behavior of the turbocharger, the rapid but smooth build-up of engine power is mainly due to the 32-bit Bosch-Motronic (ME 9.6) engine management system.
by Top Speed (Jul, 2009)

Data points Key details of the Opel Insignia OPC

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Opel Insignia OPC

Distinctive looks are a clear statement on dynamic ambitions The top-of-the-line body style dressed in an elegant sports outfit is inspired by the GTC concept car which starred in 2007, but still remains true to the Insignia’s design philosophy of sculptural artistry meets German precision.

2010 Opel Insignia OPC - Top Speed

The 2.8 V6 Turbo OPC engine boasts a wide array of high-tech features: A classical cylinder angle of 60 degrees and double overhead camshafts per cylinder bank driven by double chains; variable valve control for inlet and outlet; and a four-bearing crankshaft of micro-alloy forged steel - a material commonly used in race cars.
The reduced inclination of the kingpin means less camber loss while cornering and thereby improved grip level, with increased cornering power and enhanced cornering linearity.

Specifications Full list of technical specs


Brand Opel
Type of car Production car
Year 2010


Gearing Traditional

suspension, wheels & brakes

Front brakes Disc
Rear brakes Disc

power & handling

Steering system Rack and pinion


Fuels Gas
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