Opel Astra GTC Found on Facebook

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Facebook is all over the place these days, so it's not surprising that a new image of an undisguised, production-ready Opel Astra GTC was found right there on the social media site. Thank to a Facebook user's savvy clicking, this image was taken from Opel's Facebook page. What we see in this picture is slightly different from the GTC concept that was presented at last year's Paris Motor Show.

The production-ready version has different taillights and no 21-inch wheels, but this we can assume will be added in the final GTC/OPC version. The power source for the GTC/OPC will probably end up being the same 2.0-liter turbo engine seen inside the concept model that was good for 286-horsepower. Enjoy the picture.

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