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Opel GTC Paris concept

By luanpa in | September 25, 2010 | (1) Comment

Opel debuted Opel GTC Paris concept and further technical details at 2010 Paris Auto Show. It is already part of the Opel Astra model range–the Astra Sport Hatch’s successor.

Opel GTC Paris concept is designed to be artistically sculpted using sweeping dynamic lines, the exterior 4.46 meters, the GTC Paris is the ideal size for a compact, sporty car, with the clean frontal styling features Opel’s typical centerline crease. Opel typical wing-shaped signature LED daytime running lights get a new twist with finely sculptured chrome jewels that are seen easily behind clear glass. The trapezoidal grille is recognizably Opel, but separate from the chrome bar and placed lower, for a race track feel.

The wide stance is accentuated in the rear, where the proportion of the vehicle is most imposing due to the powerful shoulder design. This is further enhanced with the LED taillights and one long stretched “wing” motif, which make the new Opel vehicles distinguishable at night.

GTC Pairs concept is powered by a 2.0L twin-scroll turbocharged 4-cylinder engine, products 290-hp mated to a 6-speed manual transmission. Double camshaft phasing and twin balance shafts provide the basis of the engine’s impressive performance data. In addition, an Limited Slip Differential helps control traction without limiting the torque of this state-of-the-art turbo engine.

The GTC Paris also features the FlexRide adaptive suspension system, which continuously adapts to changes in driving style and cornering speed. Apart from a more rewarding driving experience, FlexRide also offers safety benefits in emergency situations as it enhances the vehicle stability in all circumstances.

Opel GTC Paris ConceptOpel GTC Paris Concept sideOpel GTC Paris Concept rear sideOpel GTC Paris Concept rear



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