( Autoinsidernews ) - Opel officially unveiled its Gran Turismo Coupe (GTC) Concept at the 2007 Geneva Motor Show. The sexy GTC previews the future design language of Opel, and, with the twining of Saturn, it also previews future styling of Saturn's in the States.
"The GTC Concept importantly signals the next chapter in Opel's design identity," says Bryan Nesbitt, Executive Director, GM Europe Design. "Our team strategized to envision the new essence of Opel - more confident, relevant and distinctive - in a high-performance, yet versatile, four-seat coupe. This style is what to expect of future Opel products.
While the GTC Concept is not radical design, this is probably a good thing as it is increases the production possiblities. The four-seat GTC is powered by a turbocharged 300-hp 2.8L V6 engine mated to all-wheel drive. The GTC features an innovative "Flex4? system with the backs of both rear seats can be folded separately by remote control, creating a spacious three or two-seater with flat load floor and plenty of cargo capacity.