Bitter SC/4 Sedan

Bitter SC/4 Sedan

About this Quattro-Porte:

Bitter SC/4 Sedan
Erich Bitter though in the early Eighties that there was a market for a longer four door version of his fairly popular SC model. He believed that such a car would outsell the Coupé and be extremely popular in the States. In 1984 Bitter introduced the first and only sport saloon to the market, only years before the company stopped producing cars in series. That was at the Frankfurt Motor Show when the car still got a moderate 3.0 V6 Opel engine. By the time the car was ready for delivery to rich clients, the 3.9 Liter engine was available. In the meantime the Bitter was however financially in bad shape, so the production of the Sedan was under pressure and only five cars ever left the manufactury.

Technical specification Bitter SC/4 Sedan:

    1. Engine: Opel 3.9 Liter V6
    1. Transmission: 3-speed automatic or 5-speed manual
    1. Power: 210 HP
    1. Wheelbase: 283 cm (111.5 in)
    1. Length: 506 cm (199.1 in)
    1. Width: 182 cm (71.7 in)
    1. Height: 137 cm (53.9 in)
    1. Weight: 1,615 kg (3,560 lb)
    1. Top speed: 230 KM/h (142 MPH)
    1. 0-100 KM/h: 7.8 seconds
    1. Production number: 5
    1. Designer: Erich Bitter in assosiation with Opel Development (Henry Haga & George Gallion) and Michelotti
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