The Vygor Opera.1 will come with an "aggressive and original" personality, and the Opera.2 will showcase an "elegant and exclusive" makeup. Both versions are dissected into three different trim levels: the 'All Road’ will come with an off-road-ready 245/60R18 wheel and tyre package, the middle-ground ‘Easy’ trim with a 255/35R20 wheel and tyre package; and the ‘Extreme’ with a 255/30R22 wheel and tyre setup.
All versions of the Vygor Opera will be powered by a 2.0-litre turbocharged four-cylinder engine connected to an all-wheel drive driveline. Vygor will offer three different power outputs: 224kW, 260kW and 313kW.
Vygor says the Opera will be able to do 0-100km/h in times ranging from 5.9 seconds to 4.9 seconds. All versions will tip the scales at a rather sporting (for an SUV coupe) 1580kg.
Vygor is planning to put just 150 examples onto the market, with prices starting at a fairly hefty 140,000 euro ($186,000). Perhaps the biggest question is: will Vygor will be able to sell 150 of them?