The Opel GT Concept will celebrate its world premiere at the 86th Geneva International Motor Show in March.
Opel boasts that this trendsetting sportscar expresses the brand’s continuous innovative strength - breathtaking in its shape, reduced to the bare essentials, and oozing pure passion.
The thoroughbred athlete with a front mid-engine placement and rear-wheel drive is a direct descendant of the Opel GT and the Monza Concept, and it certainly takes Opel’s sculptural design philosophy to the next level. The sportscar is avant-garde yet puristic, and Opel says that it renounces everything that disturbs the pure form. The GT Concept has no door handles, no exterior door mirrors, or windscreen wipers.
“We are taking the next step towards even more emotion and driving pleasure with the Opel GT Concept,” said Opel Group CEO Dr Karl-Thomas Neumann, who is already looking forward to the world premiere in Geneva. “The GT Concept shows what Opel stands for now. We are confident, ambitious, and innovative and we want to win over more customers with every new car. And we will have more on the new Opel GT Concept after we see it in Geneva.”