Opel’s teaser campaign for its new GT concept has moved into the next phase, with a new video giving fans a glimpse of the concept’s styling.
Company CEO Dr Karl-Thomas Neumann makes another appearance in this latest clip (bottom of page), reminding us that “Opel has reinvented itself”.
Besides that, there’s no new information and the teaser campaign will likely continue dishing out morsels in the lead-up to the official unveiling at this year’s Geneva Motor Show.
As we reported with the opening teaser clip, it is nearly 50 years since the appearance of the first Opel GT - a delectable, and now very collectable, slippery two-door coupe - which remains, arguably, its only 'real' GT sports car.
There was a GT Roadster in showrooms between 2007 and 2010, but this was actually a Saturn Sky with an Opel badge.
Opel refers to the concept as a “major step”, and it’s fair to say the GT will be more than just a casual project concocted by the design team in its spare time…
This car potentially signals the introduction of a new design language for the Euro carmaker, along with a preview of what could become Opel’s new hero model.
Opel is yet to confirm that a production version will follow the concept, and specific details for the concept are limited.
Rumours suggest the GT in concept form is a two-door, two-seater coupe built on the same platform as the new Astra, and featuring front or all-wheel-drive.
The concept’s silhouette certainly suggests a sports car of some description, but we’ll have to wait for Opel’s next move to learn more - stay tuned.
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