The 2020 Opel GT is a two-seater front-engine engine manufactured and marketed by Opel, spread over 34 generations, separated by a 34-year hiatus. The first-generation Opel GT debuted as an exercise in style in 1965 in cars in Paris and Frankfurt. The production vehicle used the mechanical components of the contemporary Opel Kadett B and a two-door hardcover body by French contractor Brissonneau & Lotz. The GT’s styling was mentioned similar to the 1967 Chevrolet Corvette for sale in September 1967.
Opel marketed the second-generation GT as a powerful variant of the two-seater two-seat Saturn Sky / Pontiac Solstice, manufactured in Wilmington, Delaware, USA. In 2016, Opel unveiled the GT Concept at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show as a lightweight, turn composed two-wheeled rear-wheel drive. Opel showed off its amazing GT2 concept, with a digital cab, sliding doors, and advanced aerodynamics, but it was never put into production.
The GT cap appeared in 2007 on the Saturn Sky, a highly successful Opel GT that was sold in Europe. Now, Opel is once again using the GT’s plate appeal. Alternatively, Opel will be able to use GM’s Alpha rear-drive, which confirms the concept of the Cadillac ATS, Chevrolet Camaro, and Buick Avista. The 2016 Opel GT concept premiered on January 27, 2016. Built-in a new compact rear-wheel-drive platform, the GT has a lightweight construction and a striped interior. Power is charged from a 1.0-liter three-cylinder turbocharged engine, producing 145 hp, with a 6-speed semi-automatic gearbox.
The concept has historical designs associated with Opel’s past products. The twin onions with the word GT in the middle are reminiscent of the original 1965 GT prototype. Opel announced more information later this week as the brand creates tension that will debut the concept at the Geneva auto show. The car made its public debut on March 1 at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show. The production version is due to be invented in 2018, due to the 50th anniversary of the original Opel GT introduced in 1968 in 1968, and Opel has not ruled out the possibility. Unfortunately, the Opel GT concept has been discontinued due to the shrinking market for sports cars and the acquisition of Opel by Groupe PSA.
By 2020, Opel has released another teaser video of the GT concept and the image of the rear fascia seen above. Around the ten-second mark of the new video, the front corner of the concept is the focus. Consistent with the image of the first measure, seeing the tire is red again.