Romeo Ferraris has added considerable power to the Opel Insignia OPC.
The last time we saw Romeo Ferraris, they were tuning the BMW 1-Series M Coupe and creating a street-spec version of the Abarth 500 Racing Car, so it's safe to say that the Italians are used to working with powerful vehicles. They have now just released their latest project, another powerful version of the Opel Insignia OPC. The main thing they focused on with Opel's model was retuning the ECU for more power.
The standard Insignia can put out 325hp and 321lb-ft of torque from its turbocharged 2.8-liter V6. Romeo Ferraris' take on the sedan and ratchets up the output to an impressive 375hp and 380lb-ft of torque. Performance has been boosted thanks to these upgrades, giving the Insignia a 0-62mph time of 5.6 seconds. The OPC Insignia retains its fuel consumption numbers, leaving it a relatively efficient car. Though nothing has been added to the exterior or interior, that could end up working out for the best for the good-looking sedan. No pricing information has been released as of yet for Romeo Ferraris' package.