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Vauxhall GT X Experimental concept teased

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Vauxhall’s new concept car has been teased ahead of full reveal – previewing what is said to be a ‘daring’ design for the Vauxhall brand.

It has been said that the vehicle embraces the brands core values – hinting towards a production model in the mid 2020’s. The first image comes one year after the PSA Peugeot and Citroen bought Vauxhall and Open outright. While the image can leave a lot to the imagination, it is still giving us the best look yet at the firm’s sharp front lightening design. A signature look that is likely to feature across the years in years’ to come.

The GT X Experimental doesn’t have a conventional grille like most others, giving an inkling towards a fully-electric drivetrain. Whilst there is no information on what form the concept will take, the cleverly draped sheet suggests a considerably conventional hatchback shape. Along with this, the two tone bodywork gives it a more modern look, while the darkened lower trim could signal a degree of cross-over inspired styling. The car will also be the first of its kind to wear Vauxhalls new ‘face’, this is said to be based upon the Vauxhall Compass, where two aces intersect the Griffin badge, along with wing-shaped LED daytime running lights. The interior or this is inspired by Apple, with a truly different angle, Vauxhall are aiming to make the specs sharper and more relevant to their core values.

The GT X is also said to influence other new Vauxhall models such as the Vauxhall Astra, which is due to come in show rooms later this decade.

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