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EXPERIMENTAL GT.

Vision The GT Experimental, revealed at the IAA in 1965, earned such success that 3 years later the concept turned reality. It was the first European concept car to move into serial production, setting industry benchmark before other European manufacturers followed Opel to develop and present their own concept cars. READ MORE SHOW LESS

EXPERIMENTAL GT.

Technology Opel was the first car manufacturer to demonstrate its innovative power with a concept car that had been entirely created in its own design facilities. "Besides having a fantastic look, the Opel sports car was primarily designed to impress with sophisticated aerodynamics," explains Erhard Schnell, GT designer at the time. Even the headlights were shrouded to reduce air resistance. READ MORE SHOW LESS

EXPERIMENTAL GT.

Exterior The exterior design style is often called the "Coke Bottle Shape", reflected in the design of the Corvettes of the time. Sleek front end with retractable headlamps, tapered flanks in the door area, bulging rear fenders flowing to the rear end with sharp separating edges and round rear lights were the GT Experimental┬┤s key design highlights that made the car a design icon of its time. READ MORE SHOW LESS

EXPERIMENTAL GT.

Interior The cockpit was functional and unusually roomy with instruments set in an impressive looking dashboard featuring toggle switches and sport steering wheel. The parcel rack in the back of the cabin could be reached through the doors, the spare tyre and jack were placed behind it, under a fold-up panel. READ MORE SHOW LESS