The Geneva motor show star will be the fastest and most powerful production Astra road car made by the manufacturer so far.
The Extreme is based on the 2013 Opel Astra Cup race car and features a host of race-bred modifications, including racing seats, six-point harnesses, aerodynamic upgrades and the extensive use of carbonfibre.
Astra Cup racers also feature carbonfibre doors and a carbonfibre bonnet, which could feature in the new Vauxhall Astra VXR Extreme.
Other changes for the Extreme include the addition of a more aggressive-looking quad-exit exhaust system, compared to the standard car's twin-exit system, new bumpers, a large fixed rear wing and bespoke wheels and tyres.
No technical specifications of the Astra VXR Extreme have been announced ahead of its Geneva reveal in March but it's thought the car will offer more than 300bhp, compared to the normal VXR's 276bhp.