Designed to demonstrate the future design language of Opel, the GT X Experimental concept is a stylish crossover coupe whose roofline is very similar to that of Adam. Despite this familiar touch, the concept offers many daring design solutions, in which the typical large radiator grilles and air ducts are removed below. I can not guess which of these elements we will see in the series models of the brand, but it can be assumed that the matrix LED lights will become the signature Opel signature in the future. The stamps are copied in the same form and look very attractive.
An interesting element is the triangular accent just below the Opel logo. This shows that the sharp edge begins in the middle of the boot lid, we see a shark fin antenna on the roof and a copy of the triangular accent under the background of the brand.
The middle column is missing and the doors open against each other, solutions that we will hardly see in a series model, but the impression is made by a sculpted and very smoothly shaped side profile, where almost no edges are visible.
The interior is typical of a conceptual model: "naked", and on the dashboard we see only a large digital panel and for it is a pretty attractive wheel.
Opel says nothing about the technical characteristics of the concept, but Autocar argues that this is an electromobile (more than expected) with a lithium-ion battery with a capacity of 50 kWh that can be charged inductively. The electric motor drives the front wheels. It can be assumed that the model offers a high degree of autonomy, but here the emphasis is on design.
The decision to make this concept in the form of an electric crossover is no surprise. Opel expects 40% of sales to be generated by crossovers in 2021. By 2024, the brand would have to offer an electric version of each model.