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Old 04-20-2006, 02:37 AM
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Steinmetz Vectra GTS Concept

Steinmetz Opel Vectra GTS Concept

Steinmetz presents the Steinmetz GTS Concept Car as a world exclusive at the Essen Motor Show 2002. Even in standard form the coupe-like sports saloon reveals its dynamic character, which the Steinmetz designers have subtly emphasised with aesthetically charming and aerodynamically efficient bodystyling components.
The Steinmetz front is convincing thanks to the front spoiler with enlarged air intake and the Steinmetz front grille for top and bottom, in characteristic honeycomb design.
The connection between front and rear is formed by the sports mirrors, the side skirts and the aluminium filler cap cover.

The resolutely sporting nature of the Steinmetz GTS is indicated by the multipiece rear wing Type II with its complex aluminium feet and the rear skirt insert with the striking twin rear silencers in the characteristic Steinmetz trapezoid design.
The wider wheel arches on the front and rear stand out. They make the car look wider and create space for the multipiece Steinmetz competition alloys in 8.5Jx18" ET 30 with 235/40ZR18 Continental Sport Contact 2 tyres, and the 20 mm spacer plates mounted on both axles.

  • Rear silencer
  • Twin left/right rear silencers
  • Suspension/ Wheel-Tyre Combination
  • Sports suspension
  • Wheel/tyre combination with 20mm spacers
  • Front axle: 8.5J x 18" Competition Wheel (multipiece)
  • with 235/40 ZR 18 tyres
  • Rear axle: 8.5J x 18" Competition Wheel (multipiece)
  • with 235/40 ZR 18 tyres
Aerodynamics
  • Totally new front with characteristic Steinmetz upper and lower front grille
  • Front spoiler with larger air inlet
  • Sports mirrors
  • Side skirts
  • Air guides on the wings for extra brake cooling
  • Rear wing Type II
  • Rear skirt insert
Interior
  • Aluminium interior:
  • Aluminium handbrake handle
  • Aluminium pedal set
  • Aluminium foot rest
Performance Data
  • Power: 155 kW/211 HP at 6200 rpm
  • Max. torque: 300 Nm at 4000 rpm
  • Acceleration 0-100 km/h: 7,5 sec.
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File Type: jpg GTS_Front_300.jpg (407.7 KB, 22 views)
File Type: jpg GTS_Frontal_300.jpg (523.4 KB, 6 views)
File Type: jpg GTS_Rear_300.jpg (391.4 KB, 13 views)
File Type: jpg GTS_Rear_full_300.jpg (487.6 KB, 7 views)
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aah stevie wonder is back designing cars...
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Its like the colours of my old school!


Its like they photoshopped parts on the car and forgot to colour code them
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