At the Frankfurt Motor Show, Opel gives us an indication of the style of its future models with the presentation of his Monza concept.
The German automaker has already given us some details about his new prototype and had even published the first official photo of the front of the vehicle at the beginning of the month. Today, a few weeks before the German Biennial, brand Blitz Unveils Concept Monza.
Prototype four-seater with a length of 4.69 meters, the Monza Concept features work great design and style that foreshadows the direction of the brand for the next upcoming models. For this concept, the designers wanted to give a new interpretation of sculptural design that mixes both strained a fluid silhouette lines.
For the forms of the vehicle, the design team was inspired by the movement of ocean waves thus giving an impression of dynamism and movement to the car. The large wheel arches give them a sense of sportsmanship while drawing the sides was constructed to ease the ascent or descent of passengers.
To give even more character to its concept, Opel offers extension doors which give more charm when opening doors and provides a direct view of the interior space is proposed.
Prefiguring the style direction for future models of the brand, Opel also has discovered some technologies that will be present in the future. Forget the traditional meters, the prototype adopts a broad dashboard from a door to another serving of single surface projection with 18 LED headlamps.
Connectivity is also at the heart of Monza Concept with a field system connectivity based smartphone. Three words are enough to connect (ME, U.S. and ALL) allows the driver to choose to focus solely on his conduct, contact friends or connect to different social networks.
Under the hood, the Monza concept resumes coupled with a range extender CNG electric motor. This is none other than the three-cylinder 1.0 turbo SIDI but adopts natural gas as fuel and not gasoline.
Present in Frankfurt, the Monza Concept gives us a glimpse into the future of Opel as outlined in the owner of the German manufacturer: “We have a very clear idea of what will be the Opel in the future, and we have a clear strategy on how to achieve this objective. Monza Concept can give this strategy a unique identity. “