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Opel is a German car manufacturer that appears in most Forza titles with the manufacturer being absent from Forza Horizon, Forza Motorsport 5, and Forza Horizon 2.


"Adam Opel started manufacturing sewing machines in Germany in 1863. He went on to make bicycles, and, in 1899, the first Opel car. In 1909, Opel launched the 'Doktorwagen,' a reliable and affordable car intended for doctors. Opel built its first race car in 1913, which featured an advanced overhead cam, four-cylinder, 16-valve engine. Opel became a wholly-owned subsidiary of the American General Motors Corporation in 1929. Since then, its cars have been sold in world markets under various names, including Opel, Vauxhall, Holden, Chevrolet, Pontiac, Cadillac, and Saturn. Over the years, Opel has produced many sporting and performance-oriented cars, and has had significant success in both rallying and touring car competition. The Opel GT two-seat sports car, produced from 1968 to 1973, looked like a miniature Corvette and continues to have an enthusiastic following. In 1996, Opel established a subsidiary, the Opel Performance Center (OPC), to handle all of its European motorsport activities. OPC also develops high-performance versions of current Opel models, including the Astra, Corsa, and Zafira. From 2001 to 2005, Opel sold the Opel Speedster, which was designed and built by Lotus Engineering. Similar to the Lotus Elise, the Speedster provides strong acceleration and excellent handling. In 2006, Opel announced a new version of the Opel GT, a 260 horsepower sports car that shares its chassis with the Saturn Sky Redline and the Pontiac Solstice in North America."
—Official description[1]

Opel is a major European automotive manufacturer formely owned by General Motors, who also owned the Vauxhall division that sold rebadged Opel and Holden models in the United Kingdom. Both companies were sold to Groupe PSA in 2017.[2]


Image Year Name Drive Engine Power Torque Weight Front/Rear
MOT XB360 Opel Speedster 04.png 2004 Opel Speedster Turbo RWD 2.0L Turbocharged I4
197 hp
(147 kW)
180 ft⋅lb
(244 Nm)
2050 lb
(930 kg)
39 % / 61 %
HOR XB1 Opel Manta.png 1984 Opel Manta 400 RWD 2.4L I4
275 hp
(205 kW)
221 ft⋅lb
(300 Nm)
2183 lb
(990 kg)
55 % / 45 %
HOR XB1 Opel Kadett 79.png 1979 Opel Kadett C GT/E RWD 2.0L I4
114 hp
(85 kW)
119 ft⋅lb
(161 Nm)
2028 lb
(920 kg)
54 % / 46 %
HOR XB1 Opel GT.png 1968 Opel GT RWD 1.9L I4
90 hp
(67 kW)
108 ft⋅lb
(146 Nm)
2121 lb
(962 kg)
54 % / 46 %
HOR XB1 Opel Kadett 63.png 1963 Opel Kadett A RWD 1.0L I4
46 hp
(34 kW)
54 ft⋅lb
(73 Nm)
1543 lb
(700 kg)
54 % / 46 %


Image Year Name Drive Engine Power Torque Weight Front/Rear
Image not available.jpg 2003 Opel #6 OPC TEAM PHOENIX Astra V8 RWD 4.0L V8
463 hp
(345 kW)
376 ft⋅lb
(510 Nm)
2271 lb
(1030 kg)
50 % / 50 %
FM4 Opel 5 Astra V8.jpg 2003 Opel #5 Team Phoenix Astra V8 RWD 4.0L V8
463 hp
(345 kW)
376 ft⋅lb
(510 Nm)
2271 lb
(1030 kg)
50 % / 50 %


  1. "Forza Motorsport 4 Cars" . forzamotorsport.net . Retrieved 05-27-2019.
  2. "GM is selling Opel to Peugeot for $2.3 billion" . businessinsider.de . Retrieved 05-27-2019.
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