As we all know with Opel, a German automotive brand has been purchased by PSA Group from Genaral Motors, and recently they released a new concept car named the GT X Experimental, an electric SUV declared as a vision or direction for their electric-powered vehicles development in the future.
|These GT X Experimental concept, an electric SUV declared as a vision or direction for Opel's electric-powered vehicles development in the future. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2QC2p35)|
And then the shape of the yellow colored line pull is also similar to the red line one that was on the Opel GT Concept debuted in 2016. These SUV concept embodies Opel's values and vision and provides a glimpse into the future of the Opel model, as the company said in an official statement.
And the company has announced that it will further refine its profile during the strategic PACE presentation in November last year, and the GT X Experimental concept is the first tangible result of the process.
|Left side view of Opel/Vauxhall GT X Experimental concept with its suicide door-types open. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2QC2p35)|
And the future of Opel, he said, wants to remain anchored in the most modern and positive expression of German roots. Opel "New Germanness" takes the best of traditional German values, technical excellence, original appeal for well-run machines, focus on function, quality and reliability.
|Dashboard view of Opel/Vauxhall GT X Experimental concept. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2QC2p35)|
The SUV is the most popular model on the market today and then Opel makes the GT X Experimental more attractive to consumers at large. For this reason, Opel makes an SUV that is more efficient than it already is. That's why the GT X Experimental concept car is built on a lightweight architecture, and is equipped with 17-inch wheels that visually look much bigger from its body, so as to maximize comfort and attractiveness.
|Rear side view of Opel/Vauxhall GT X Experimental concept. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2QC2p35)|
Unfortunately, there has been no leak about the technical specifications of this GT X Experimental but as quoted from Carscoops, this electric car concept estimated uses a latest generation lithium-ion batteries with a capacity of 50 kWh and already supports inductive charging system. No wonder, if this car is capable of producing more than 200 hp of power and able to roam as far as 250 miles in a single fully battery charges.
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