Mini-car, meet concept-car. The Opel GT, shown just this month at the Geneva Auto Show dropped jaws not just because of its aesthetics, but because of how small the storied German automaker managed to make it.
Weighing in at a featherweight 2,200 pounds, the 145 horsepower, turbocharged three-cylinder engine can propel this car from 0-60 in under 8 seconds through a paddle shifted six-speed transmission. With a top speed of just 134 mph, this car isn’t going to be breaking any records, but it will be turning heads. The body of the car is seamless, designed with a long red stripe and chrome-painted windows. Similar design principles appear on the inside of the car, decked out in touchscreen and voice control technology along with a clean dashboard. All in all, these elements come together for a bold and uncompromising look that we hope makes its way, at least in part, to a production vehicle.
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