Opel Kadett GSi makes Ferrari Testarossa
Koenig Specials or Schneider?
Whether it’s Koenig Specials or Schneider, one thing is certain: very little is left of the original 1987 Opel Kadett. The front apron has a protruding front splitter, the front fenders are extremely wide, and the Opel logo and lettering have been cleaned.
Rear rims in the dimension 13×15
The package is rounded off by a fixed rear wing, Ascona rear lights and a single-flow sports exhaust. In the interior, however, the tuning aria continues. Sports seats with red stitching, Sparco pedals, Sparco door sills, Sparco floor mats, a carbon-look gear knob and a Momo sports steering wheel are installed. The red buttons on it look like they are for the nitrous oxide injection – but they are actually horn buttons.
Of course, there is one thing that no 90s tuning car should be without, and that is the sound system. In the trunk of the Kadett GSi there is a retrofitted subwoofer and a power amplifier – the cable clutter is free on top of that. The original, however, is the meanwhile legendary digital instrument display of the Kadett GSi, which fans affectionately call the “Mouse Cinema”.
The cadet has 177,170 kilometers under its belt
The estimated price is over 20,000 euros
Everyone has to decide for themselves whether the Kadett is worth that much. But the fact is: Interested parties have the chance to buy a piece of tuning history. Maybe this is actually a Kadett GSi converted by Koenig Specials!