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Vauxhall GT concept unveiled at Geneva

The highly-anticipated Vauxhall GT concept has finally been unveiled at this year’s Geneva Motor Show. It’s just one of many incredible vehicles that have been showcased so far.

If you thought the previews of the Vauxhall GT concept looking intriguing then you’re going to love the actual vehicle.

The concept is perhaps one of the most unusual-looking vehicles of the entire show this year, with fantastic styling and incredible power.

When it comes to the design, the Vauxhall GT sports a rather unique and futuristic-styling. It’s quite sleek yet aggressive at the same time and it has a lot of character.

Inspired by the Vauxhall XVR and Opel GT from the 1960’s, the car definitely has a somewhat classic aesthetic however its bold styling gives it a modern twist that makes it look fresh.

The concept comes equipped with a 1.0-litre engine that powers the rear wheels. It’s capable of producing 143bhp and has a top speed of 134mph. The vehicle is quite powerful and according to reports weighs less than 1000kg.

Although the car isn’t meant for production in its current form, the brand mentioned the possibility of something similar entering production in the near future.

The technologies that the brand experimented with on the concept will definitely be making a return of future models and we couldn’t be more excited.

Vauxhall managed to create something exciting and fresh, which isn’t common these days. Those who believe that we have already seen it all before will definitely be pleasantly surprised by the GT concept.

It’s quite fascinating to see a brand such as Vauxhall come out with a vehicle this exciting. The brand isn’t necessarily renowned for its high-performance sports cars so it’s very interesting to see it take this approach and create something that we have never seen before.

Only time will tell whether the GT’s production successor will match the concept’s success and we for one are very excited to see what the brand has in store for us in the future.