Opel certainly managed to draw a crowd at this year’s Geneva Motor Show, all thanks to a very interesting concept named 2017 Opel GT. The model in question is one of the smallest and lightest concepts ever made by the German automaker, as it tips the scales at just 2,200 pounds. Its power comes from a turbocharged three-cylinder engine that develops 145 horsepower, which means that the Opel GT can perform a 0 to 60 mph sprint in less than 8 seconds.
The power is kept in check by a paddle shifted six-speed gearbox, which helps propel the car to a top speed of 134 mph. The engine itself isn’t going to win any awards, but the vehicle’s unique design definitely demands attention. The body features a seamless shape and includes a long red stripe as well as chrome-painted windows. On the inside, the driver enjoys amenities such as touchscreen commands and voice control technologies, which further increase the concept’s edgy and contemporary appeal.