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Vauxhall GTC Paris Concept

By luanpa in | October 24, 2010 | (1) Comment

Vauxhall GTC Paris Concept is 4.46 metres longth, rolls on epic 21-inch wheels Astra 3-door sedan, it offers ample space for five people. Vauxhall unveil it at the 2010 Paris Auto Show.

With the new styles, Vauxhall GTC Paris Concept features chunky sills and bumpers, and the LEDs. The exterior design cues, the cabin features sweeping lines and shapes, and a bold and unique use of fabric. The front passenger’s seat has black trim with red highlights.

Each of the front buckets seats is bespoke to the GTC Paris and has aggressively shaped contours to complement the car’s sporting intent. The GTC logo appears on each seat-back facing, along with titanium inserts that mirror the design cue seen on the front wheel’s carbon fibre inserts. The wing design cue is evident in the wraparound instrument panel that embraces front seat occupants and arcs across the cabin into the tops of the door mouldings.

Vauxhall GTC Paris Concept is powered by a direct injection and turbocharged 2.0-litre four-cylinder engine. There’s an electronic limited slip differential and an updated version of Vauxhall’s FlexRide adaptive damping system too, plus stop/tech and a six-speed manual gearbox. It’s a strong hint at the future spec of a VXR version of the GTC.

Adams’ team has maximised ‘tension’ in the design by limiting the amount of lines in the car’s profile, and leaving the impression that the car’s highlights and surfacing are ‘pressed’ on to the concept’s 21-inch wheels.

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