Lotus Omega vs Swedish police (Very high quality)
High quality video clip from the swedish police in pursuit of a speeding
Police car is an un-marked Saab 9-3 2.0t and therefore a bit slow.
I do not claim to own the rights to this movie, I just got annoyed that all
versions on youtube are either fast-frowarded or in very bad quality.
Although the driver of the Lotus got away in the pursuit, the police later
went to his home.
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Opel O-Mega becomes something else
Time to do something with our giant wheeled Omega.
Tijd om iets te doen met onze Omega met grote wielen.
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Lotus Omega/Carlton Tribute (Opel Omega)
The Lotus Carlton (in mainland Europe, the Lotus Omega and sometimes called
the Vauxhall Lotus Carlton in the UK) was a Vauxhall Carlton (Opel Omega)
saloon upgraded by Lotus Cars to be a 177 mph (285 km/h) sports sedan with
acceleration to equal contemporary supercars. Like all Lotus vehicles, it
was given a type designation — Type 104 in this case. The external
differences were minimal with the addition of a rear spoiler, air intakes
on the bonnet, Lotus badges on the front wings and bootlid, a bodykit and
considerably wider wheel arches distinguishing it from a standard
Carlton.The car was only sold in one colour, a shade of British racing
green called Imperial Green, a very dark green that in anything but direct
light appears black.Lotus' modifications started with an upgraded engine,
which was stroked from the standard Opel 2969 cc 24v straight six unit,
used in the GSi, to a capacity of 3615 cc. Lotus then added twin Garrett
T25 turbochargers to give 377 horsepower (281 kW) and 419
pound-feet (568 N·m). The original engine block was not strong enough and
therefore a new under block was cast. The same six-speed
manual ZF transmission as fitted to a contemporary Chevrolet Corvette ZR-1
was used to transfer this power to the rear wheels via a rear limited-slip
differential from the V8 Holden Commodore. The suspension was modified by
Lotus, with the rear suspension mounting to the body at more, different
points, and self-leveling dampers. Large 17" wheels from Ronal were fitted,
along with wider tyres. Large brakes were added.The car was capable of
0--60 mph in 5.2 seconds and had 12.5 in (330 mm) AP ventilated disc brakes
with racing calipers all round. The car could hit around 50 mph (80 km/h)
in first gear and achieve 0--100 mph and back to a complete stop in less
than 15 seconds. The Lotus Carlton held the title of the fastest four-door
saloon car for some years.Production of the Lotus Carlton began in 1990,
four years after the original Carlton went on sale. Opel had hoped to build
1,100 cars in total, but owing to the recession of the early 1990s, the
£48,000 cars were not selling as well as anticipated and production at
Lotus was halted in December 1992. Only 950 cars were completed: 320
Carltons and 630 Omegas, 150 short of the original target. The cars are now
starting to become modern classics as low-mileage, well-looked-after
examples become rare. As of 2007, values ranged between approximately £12k
and £20k.The Carltons were a favorite target of joy-riders and other
thieves, which posed a problem for the police, who had nothing quicker than
the 24V Senator Bs. A gang of robbers used one in a string of ramraids of
liquor stores and newsagents, stealing tens of thousands of pounds worth of
cigarettes and alcohol. The small 'panda cars' used in urban policing were
limited to just 90 miles per hour (140 km/h), leaving police unable to give
chase.While the base Omega A and the Lotus Carlton/Omega were never
federalized for sale in the USA, the Lotus Omega is now allowed to be
imported into the USA under the DOT's "Show and Display"
exemption.Subscribe me :)