The Vygor Opera Takes The ‘uous’ Out Of Sinuous, Leaves Just The Sin

By | October 11, 2011

Vygor Opera

A few days ago we reported on a new Italian car manufacturer called Vygor releasing what was easily the most unappealing teaser photo paired with the worst press release we have ever seen. The whole pitch was a total and utter train wreck, from the poetic styled writing to comparing their cars to a sinuous feline. Afterwards, part of us wanted Vygor’s vehicle to end up being an outstanding piece of art and performance, proving our shortsighted biased options completely and totally wrong. The other part wanted to see the most hideous vehicle ever made to continue the Italian lunacy. Looks like we got the second option.

What you see pictured above is… it’s a….uh. Truth be told, we have no idea what the hell that is. We know it’s called the Opera and we also know it is most definitely not a sports car or an SUV. Maybe a crossover that’s undergone lapband surgery? Eh, we’re not really thinking so. In fact, the only vehicle that we can relate it to is the category-less and totally pointless BMW X6- that’s not a good start, Vygor. But the X6 does have two additional rear doors, as do most other non-ridiculous SUVs and crossovers.

Despite not knowing exactly what it is, we do know the Opera will be offered in several different variants ranging from 300-400 horsepower and will undoubtedly turn heads pretty much anywhere. Whoopie.

[Chad Waite | OmniAuto.it via AutoBlog]


3 Comments

Mike on October 11, 2011 at 10:33 pm.

…the offspring of a drunken one night stand between a Lexus SC430 and an old AMC/Jeep Eagle??

Chad Waite on October 12, 2011 at 2:49 pm.

Something like that. Now that you mention it, it is really similar to an Eagle…not that that’s a good thing.

Eran B on October 13, 2011 at 3:16 pm.

Ugly!!! and I second the motion that its an AMC Eagle. It just needs a nice bronze color with wood paneling. 

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