The Opel Kadett C GT/E was introduced to the public at the 1975 Frankfurt Motor Show. It is powered by a 16 valve engine capable of putting out 225 horsepower, developed for Group 4 rallying.

Driven by Walter Röhrl, the Kadett made its Group 4 rally debut in 1975 San Remo Rally, however it had braking problems at the time which forced Röhrl to pull out. Three of the Opel Euro Händler Team's Kadett also entered RAC Rally in the same year, where all three of the cars retired from the race due to mechanical complications. One of the most impressive results the Kadett got was earned by Röhrl in 1976 Monte Carlo Rally, where he finished in 4th place behind three Lancia Stratos.

Despite the hardships it faced, the Kadett remained a favorite among privateers in many 70s European rally championships before it was eventually succeeded by Opel Ascona 400.

DiRT 3[edit | edit source]

The Opel Kadett GT/E 16v is a 70's-class Rally car featured in DiRT 3.

Liveries[edit | edit source]

  • Opel Racing
  • Castrol Racing
  • Oxy Motorsport
  • Kenwood Racing
  • Oakley Racing

DiRT Rally[edit | edit source]

The Opel Kadett GT/E 16v is a 1970s Rally car featured in DiRT Rally.

Liveries[edit | edit source]

  • Opel Racing
  • Öhlins
  • Kumho Tyre
  • Omex
  • Corbeau
  • #45
  • #3
  • #945

DiRT 4[edit | edit source]

The Opel Kadett C GT/E is an RWD H2 rally car in DiRT 4.

Liveries[edit | edit source]

  • Opel Racing
  • Sabelt
  • #25

DiRT Rally 2.0[edit | edit source]

“Homologation of the Opel Kadett C GT/E began in 1976, with the car competing in the World Rally Championship for 3 seasons between 1975-1977. The car enjoyed limited success, but has since become a staple of both national and classic rally events around the world.”
— In-game info, DiRT Rally 2.0

The Opel Kadett C GT/E is an RWD H2 rally car in DiRT Rally 2.0.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

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