6 de agosto de 2013

Opel teases the Monza Concept, brags about their concepts


Opel must have thought we forgot about their new concept, the Opel Monza, and decided to share a clearer picture of that vehicle together with a weird press release where they brag about being the first European car manufacturer to show a concept car at the 1965 Frankfurt Motor Show, and that car was the Experimental GT, which in turn gave birth to the Opel GT.

But the most important thing is that we get a clearer view of the front of this concept car. It serves to preview the new design philosophy of the German brand, named “Sculptural artistry meets German precision”, with efficiency and connectivity becoming the two major themes.

Opel CEO, Dr. Karl-Thomas Neumann, is happy to show the direction the brand will follow for many years, adding that “The Monza Concept is our vision of Opel’s future in pure form”, “It also continues a long Opel tradition of presenting ground-breaking concept cars at the IAA. After all, Opel was the first carmaker in Europe that built a study and presented it to the public at the IAA in 1965”.

Can't wait to see the rest of the car, this looks promising. Find out more soon, with the complete reveal of the Opel Monza.

Source: Opel