Opel Calibra 2.0i 16V 136hp overview
The Calibra holds the title of having been the most aerodynamic car in the world at its 1990 launch, with a drag coefficient of just 0.26. With engines ranging in displacement from 1998 cc to 2498 cc, the car reigned supreme over other makes at the time. Its privileged position as the most aerodynamically efficient car would be held until the end of the 90's when the Calibra was overthrown by new Audi and Honda releases, the A2 and Insight respectively.
This automobile has a 2 door coupe type body with a front positioned engine powering the front wheels.
The power is produced by a naturally aspirated engine of 2 litre capacity. This unit features double overhead camshaft valve gear, 4 cylinder layout, and 4 valves per cylinder. It produces 150 bhp (152 PS/112 kW) of power at 6000 rpm, and maximum torque of 195 N·m (144 lb·ft/19.9 kgm) at 4800 rpm.
Power is transferred to the wheels through a 5 speed manual transmission. Stated weight at the kerb is 1226 kg.Maximum speed stated is 220 km/h or 137 mph.
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Opel Calibra 2.0i 16V 136hp specification
Model: Opel Calibra
Body type: coupe
Door Number 2
Engine type: L4
Engine 136hp @5600rpm
Top speed: 215 km/h.
Acceleration to 100 km/h in 7.8s
Engine and transmission
Torque 185Nm @4000rpm
4 valves per cylinder
The system of food distributed fuel injection
Manual transmission 5
Suspension front transverse lever spring strut, cross-tail
Suspension rear inclined lever spring, cross-tail
Front ventilated disc brakes
Rear disc brakes
Chassis and dimensions
Length 4492 mm
Width 1688 mm
Height 1320 mm
Wheelbase 2600 mm
Track wheels front 1426 mm
Track wheels at the rear of 1446 mm
Size 195/60 tires
Curb weight 1250 kg
The total mass of 1670 kg
The volume of the luggage 300/980 L
Fuel tank 63 l