Opel showed an electric harbinger of future crossoversAugust 22, 2018
Opel introduced the concept car GT X Experimental, which is designed to give an idea of the future crossovers of the German brand. The premiere of the car took place in the design center Opel in Rüsselheim.
The overall length of the car, built on a new light platform, was 4.06 m, which is 14 cm less than the current Mokka crossover. At the same time, a compact all-terrain vehicle with its own roof line resembles a small Adam hatchback. Its distinctive features also became the lack of central racks and LED matrix head lights inverted L-shaped.
The salon is made in a minimalist style with no analog buttons and mechanical switches, a thin steering wheel and a completely digital instrument panel that is integrated with a multimedia complex display.
Opel GT X Experimental is equipped with an electric motor, the characteristics of which are not called. It is powered by a block of lithium-ion batteries for 50 kWh with the ability to replenish the stock with the help of an inductive charging system. Thrust is transmitted to the front wheels. It is assumed that the car is equipped with a semi-automatic control system.
Earlier in the company Opel said that by 2021 about 40% of the brand’s sales will account for SUV-segment cars. In addition, by 2024, each brand model will receive an electrical modification.
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