H&R Lowers the Opel Insignia OPC Sports Tourer

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The H&R suspension specialist is constantly looking for a new vehicle to bring closer to the road, with its latest target being the Opel Insignia OPC Sports Tourer.

The estate comes with a sporty appearance from the start, but the German specialists have chosen to enhance its look by fitting it with a ride height lowering kit, which also improves the vehicle’s handling, allowing it to tackle corners without effort.

H&R has lowered the Insignia OPC Sports Tourer’s suspension by 30 mm, promising that the kit does not affect the vehicle’s comfort and allows it to remain suitable for everyday driving conditions.

The German estate is powered by a 2.8 liter V6 petrol unit, which uses turbocharging to deliver 325 hp at 5,250 rpm and 320 lb-ft of torque (434 Nm) between 1,900 and 4,000 rpm. The powerplant is matted to a six speed manual gearbox and sends its power to the road via an all wheel drive system. It emits 268 grams of CO2 per kilometer and posts a combined cycle fuel consumption figure of 20.6 mpg (11.4 l/100km).

The Insignia OPC only needs 6 seconds to reach 62 mph (100km/h) and has a top speed of 155 mph (250 km/h). The car offers a matching stopping power, as it is fitted with a Brembo braking system that uses 355x32 mm cross-drilled discs, four-piston, high strength aluminum calipers and high spec brake pads. It rides on 19 inch wheels, that feature a special OPC design. The factory stock Insignia OPC Sports Tourer retails for a price of EUR 46,375 euro.
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