Opel Slalom

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Bertone Opel Slalom
Opel Slalom.jpg
Manufacturer Opel
Production 1996
Designer Giovanni Bertone
Body and chassis
Class Luxury Grand tourer
Body style coupé
Related Opel Insignia Concept
Engine 2.0 16V
Wheelbase 260,0cm
Length 464,4cm
Width 186,0cm
Height 132,0cm

The Opel Slalom is a concept car from the German car manufacturer Opel in collaboration with the Italian design company Bertone. In 1996 the car was presented to the public at the Geneva Motor Show. The Slalom has a 2.0 liter turbocharged 16V which produces 204hp and four-wheel drive.[1] The engine was also used in the Opel Calibra. This car took a top speed of 270mph and accelerates from 0–60mph in 3.8 seconds.


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