Taking a minimalistic approach to sports cars, the Opel GT Concept only has the bare minimum, including no door handles, exterior mirrors, or even windshield wipers. This 2,200-pound vehicle does sport a turbocharged 3-cylinder engine that produces 145 horsepower, mated to a sequential six-speed transmission, however. Its top speed of 134 mph is perfect for zipping around town, while inside, you’ll find touchscreen controls as well as voice-activated commands. Click here for more pictures of the Opel GT Concept. Continue reading for a fascinating “making of” video.
“The design is dominated by a red signature line that splits the vehicle body horizontally and proportions it, while the doors have no door handles and side mirrors. Because of this, both the driver and the passenger can access the cabin by pressing a touchpad that is integrated in the red line on the roof. As for the mirrors, two cameras have been mounted behind the wheel arches, transmitting images to two monitors on the left and right-hand side of the cockpit,” reports World Car Fans.