MSX ST2 Stelvio GT (C50)

MSX ST2 Stelvio GT (C50)

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The C50 series MSX ST2 Stelvio was released in 2012 to replace the C41 MSX ST2 coupe. While the old ST2 coupe was derived from the C40 ST2 hatch, the Stelvio is a unique design sharing no body panels with the C51 ST2 hatch released two years later in 2014. The purpose of this was to provide MSX with the 2+2 seat sports car that had been missing from the model range for some time. This also allowed MSX to separate its coupe from its general C-segment hatch and wagon program. The ST2 Stelvio came with a choice of four engines; 1.6 and 2.0L turbo four cylinders, a 2.8L twin turbo inline 6 and the 2.5L inline 6 in this GT. The ST2 STelvio GT is likely to be the last all new MSX with a naturally aspirated engine. This engine produces 230hp(169kW)@6000rpm and 280Nm@2700rpm. It drives the rear wheels through a six speed manual only. A 6 speed DCG is available in other models. While not the fastest in the range, this engine is smooth and responsive with a linear power curve. The GT differs visually from the 1.6T and S through it's unique body kit, fog lights, five spoke alloy wheels and stripes, which pay homage to the original Stelvio GT. The stripes can be deleted at no cost. It comes equipped with climate control, CD player, 7 airbags, TC, DSC, digital radio, iPod, bluetooth and alloy wheels. The optional luxury pack adds leather seats, premium audio with 6 disc CD player and voice control, a reversing camera and sat nav. All ST2 Stelvios and the related Omega Amega are built in Cologne Germany. The GT costs US$25,990, CA$27,750, AU$34,870, £21,620, NZ$51,400, €26,300, RMB 340,000. #86 #Amega #BMW_125i #BRZ #Chevrolet #Code_130R #FRS #GT #GT86 #IMMC #MSX #Omega #Scion #ST2 #Stelvio #Subaru #Toyota
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