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

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Opel recently unveiled the GT X experimental concept car in late 2018 to mark the acquisition of Opel/Vauxhall by the PSA Group from GM. This innovative pseudo-crossover showcases Opel’s vision for evolving General Motors’ concepts into something fresh and exciting.

Opel has outlined a series of ambitious plans set for the near future. By 2024, they aim to electrify their entire lineup, introduce a cohesive design language, launch a range of crossovers, develop autonomous driving technology, and introduce several new models. The upcoming lineup will feature replacements for popular models like the Corsa, Astra, and Mokka.

The GT X Experimental embodies Opel’s new direction, offering a compact crossover with a length of just under 160 inches, accommodating four doors, four generously sized seats, and a sleek yet functional dashboard. The design elements seen in the GT X Experimental are expected to influence the design of upcoming Opel models, with models like the Mokka likely to share similar styling cues.

This concept car provides a glimpse into the promising future of Opel following its merger, fueling anticipation for what lies ahead. The potential for future Opel models to emulate the GT X Experimental’s aesthetics is both exciting and highly anticipated.

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