Opel has unveiled GTC Paris Concept at the Paris Motor Show 2010, a 4.46 meters long concept car offering room for five passengers. Echoing the flowing, simple forms of the bodywork, the GTC Paris brings interior characteristics with sweeping lines and shapes as well as the bold use of fabric.
The best of Opel’s compact car technology is brought to its sportiest level on the GTC Paris. The chassis has a special design with an extra-wide stance. It features a compound crank with an Opel-exclusive Watt’s link in the rear, a new, updated execution of the adaptive mechatronic FlexRide suspension and a front limited slip differential. The GTC Paris is planted to the ground with 21 inch wheels.
The powertrain in the GTC Paris Concept is a four-cylinder, 213 kW/290 hp-strong 2,0-liter turbo engine with gasoline direct injection. It is fitted with Start/Stop technology, proving that drivers can combine high performance with maximum fuel efficiency in urban driving conditions. The transmission is a six-speed manual gearbox.