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Opel GT X Concept: An Experimental Concept That Is Just Appetizing

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At the last quarter of 2018, Opel revealed the GT X experimental concept car, that was for the celebration of the Opel/Vauxhall PSA Group’s acquisition of by GM. The new pseudo-crossover showcases all the important evolution steps Opel intends to take to transform General Motors ideas into something new.

The first ideas are already out. By 2024, Opel will electrify all of its lineup, introduce a redeveloped and unified design language, release a number of crossovers, develop an autonomous driving system, and show a number of new models.

Also expected are replacements for the Corsa, the Astra, and the Mokka, among others under its stable. In this new concept, we see a super-mini among crossovers.


With a length of a tad less than 160 inches, Opel managed to integrate four doors, four seats with enough room for large people, and a minimalistic yet functional dashboard into the GT X Experimental. Styling cues of the GT X Experimental will, most certainly, be translated to the production versions of small Opel cars.

It is expected that cars such as the Mokka will very closely resemble the GT X Experimental. This concept car hints into a great future with the new merger. It is something to look forward to and even wish it comes just as soon as can be done.

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