Opel GT Concept 2016 Nice Design & Futuristic Design – Opel re-issue a new concept in 2016 that looks wildly called the concept of the Opel GT and is a “direct descendant” of the Opel GT and Monza Concept. Opel calls this concept a “real sports car”, but first impressions suggest that there will be a lot of changes to the sport’s design and stay bold.
Overall Opel GT Concept 2016 is rather smooth in its design. In front, wheel arches. It is interesting how the middle part of the fascia is so round and bubbly, while the outer extremities are sharp and precise. Even the hood is more cheerful than anything else, but is accented by a sharp body line right in the middle. On the one hand, the front end really impresses the “sports car.” The LED light starts from the top of the headlamp, but it extends beyond the headlights.
On the side of the Opel GT Concept 2016 looks thin with a lack of door handles and side mirrors. Look how long the door itself is, it’s really like 70 percent from the side of the car. Black and silver is a nice touch, and the line that runs at the top of the door and ends under the rear window looks like a bit far away, as well as the red front tire that looks unique. Futuristic design with doors can be opened, well behind the door, there is a small touchpad on the red line to operate the electric door latch. It’s so cool and fascinating that the way glass and body blend in seamlessly.
The 2016 Opel GT Concept does not have a luggage cap, without the trunk lid of this car capable of providing a very smooth and smooth look at the back. The rear lights have a purpose and elegance, without too much looking back. Where the rear diffuser and rear fascia are united in a sweeping motion to the exhaust center exhaust. Unique look at the rear fascia of the Opel GT Concept 2016.
Opel GT Concept 2016 which has an interior design that follows the style of the exterior. The odd-shaped steering wheel. Length and flat at the top – perfect for all of us one-handed, three-spoke truck drivers are somewhat higher than usual, with a somewhat rounded lower angle. The front of the steering wheel is what appears to be a three-gauge cluster, probably composed of a digital tachometer and a speedometer. There may be two different pods.
The Opel GT Concept 2016 has two passenger seats, and the driver’s seat has a red color, as well as a dark color for the passenger seat next to the driver. It seems to offer enough support on the sides that the driver will remain in place of extreme cornering maneuvers. The center console seems rather tame for the concept of this caliber, with the opening of the pocket under the top of the console. There may be a touchpad on the center console to allow transmission transfers.
The Opel GT Concept 2016 is powered by a 1.0 liter, turbocharged, three-cylinder engine based on the engine used in Opel Corsa and Opel Astra. The engine can produce 145 horsepower and 151 pound-feet of torque. The horsepower and torque are flown to the rear wheels through a six-speed transmission and mechanical locking of sequential locking. The 2016 Opel GT Concept weighs less than 1,000 kilograms, at that weight, the car reaches 62 mph in less than eight seconds with a top speed of 133 mph.
Opel GT Concept 2016 is still in the form of a concept, and certainly we are waiting for Opel launched the finished product from the 2016 Opel GT Concept is futuristic.