- Central themes: Symbiosis of human and machine along with digital connectivity
- Pure elegance and athleticism: Sculptural design with sophisticated details
- Buttonless: Operation only via touchpad and voice control
- Artificial Intelligence: Self-learning HMI system recognizes driver’s preferences
|World premiere in Geneva: Opel GT Concept shows a visionary interior.|
|Opel GT Concept: Coupé will celebrate its world premiere at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show (March 3 to 13).|
However, nothing distracts the driver and the front passenger from the essential. The interior is just as puristic as the exterior. The instrument panel of the Opel GT Concept made from brushed aluminum visually enhances the lightweight construction (the overall weight remains below 1,000 kg) and seems to float in front of the occupants. It is, however, a structural member between the slim A pillars of the windshield – here structure becomes sculpture. Opel’s design philosophy “Sculptural artistry meets German precision” continues throughout the interior. Just like the attention to detail: Round monitors are embedded in the outer aluminum air jets with the polished GT emblem. The monitors capture the vehicle’s environment and replace side door mirrors.
The shining red seatbelt retractors are also works of art and follow the design of the red front tires.
The steering wheel with its spoke design pays homage to the legendary Opel GT from the 1960s and 1970s.
Pure elegance and athleticism: Sculptural design with sophisticated details.
|Works of art: The shining red seatbelt retractors follow the design of the red front tires.|
True mate: Opel GT Concept anticipates the driver’s every wish
|Sculptural design: The interior is just as puristic as the exterior.|
|Artificial Intelligence: Self-learning HMI system recognizes the driver’s preferences.|
|Buttonless: Operation only via touchpad and voice control.|
|GT Concept: Opel designers have created an interior that perfectly blends typical cues from a sports coupé and futuristic solutions for the human/machine (HMI) interface.|