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Vygor Opera Goes On Sale Priced From $190,000

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Following the reveal of the Opera back in October, Italy’s Vigor has now revealed an updated version of the polarizing luxury crossover along with some pricing details and additional specifications.

Pictured above is the new Opera.2, a more luxury oriented version than the original Opera.1, though Vygor is keen to stress that any of its vehicles can be customized to the whims of its clients.

Pricing for this privilege of Opera ownership starts at 140,000 euros (approximately $192,000), which gets you a basic Opera powered by a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine. From here, there are a number of performance upgrades performed by ‘Terrosi’ that sees power levels rise in stages to 300, 350 and 420 horsepower.

All Operas reside on a tubular chassis made of high-strength steel and featuring adjustable Ohlins suspension. Drive is sent to all four wheels via a Torsen differential up front and an electronic limited slip differential in the rear. The transmission is a six-speed automatic with sequential shifting.

Wheel sizes measure between 18 and 22 inches in diameter, and Brembo brakes are fitted as standard. That’s good as the Opera can be rather quick in some of its guises, with the 420 horsepower version claimed to accelerate from 0-60 mph in just 4.9 seconds and reach a top speed of 155 mph.

Overall dimensions come in at 16 feet in length, 6.5 feet in width, a height of 5.4 feet, and a wheelbase of just under 10 feet. The Opera also tips the scales at 3,483 pounds.  

Inside, there are luxury amenities such as hand-crafted leather trim, power everything, and navigation with a 7-inch touch-screen display.

For more details, check out our previous story by clicking here.
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  1. it does seem to look like a BMW 1 series on steroids in the rear 2nd and 3rd thirds. the front seems to resemble the melted face of a Mazda3/RX8.
    its wierd and i am kind of warming to it, but 200k for a 4cyl, someone in Italy must be enjoying the fine wines a bit too much
     
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  2. Maybe it's 192.000 lire...
     
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