Vauxhall Teases GT Concept For 2016 Geneva Motor Show

Posted: Jan 23 2016, 7:33am CST | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles

Vauxhall Teases GT Concept for 2016 Geneva Motor Show
  • Vauxhall Motors releases a new teaser for latest GT concept!

The teaser released for the 2016 Geneva Motor Show portrays CEO Dr. Karl-Thomas Neumann in a nefarious light.

Dr. Karl-Thomas Neumann is the CEO of both Opel and Vauxhall Motors. Opel and Vauxhall are leaving no opportunity to portray their CEO in a nefarious light. A new teaser was released for the upcoming GT concept at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show.

The teaser shows their CEO Dr. Neumann with a Bond villain swagger. The vehicle also shows a tiny glimpse at the latest GT design. In a previous teaser Dr. Neumann was portrayed as Terminator-like red eye.

The teaser video has dark lighting which only shows the front fender and headlight. The teaser does make it clear that the new GT has a low-slung, pointed nose.

The teaser also shows the double exhausts with the model's logo. According to Opel and Vauxhall the new design is quite modern. The new GT will not just be a retro revival of the original GT.

However a few old school touches of the GT will remain. Particularly the red tires on the concept are a callback to the rubber on the 1928 Opel Motoclub 500 motorcycle.

The original 1960’s Opel GT was a stylish little sports coupe. The car had a curvaceous body and pop-up headlights. Least to say fans are excited for the revival of the GT model and waiting for what Opel might have in store.

The teaser shows Dr. Neumann opening a door leading to a caption. The caption reads 'Don't miss what happens next’. It’s safe to assume the new GT design will be ultra-modern, minimalistic and uncompromising.

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