Opel has released teaser photos of its new Monza concept, which is going to have its world debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September. The Monza concept is a preview of Opel's future and according to Opel CEO Dr. Karl-Thomas Neumann, the concept "stands for our fundamental values: German engineering and precision, combined with enthralling design and innovations suitable for everyday use."
The Monza concept pays tribute to the Monza Coupe that was built between 1978 and 1986. Similarities between the two cars are visible in design elements such as their large, glazed surfaces and low belt-line.
The original Monza was the first car on the market to feature a digital dashboard display and the Monza Concept continues this innovative theme. It introduces ground-breaking technologies for future infotainment and connectivity possibilities, showing how next-generation Opel cars will address the needs of a closely connected and sharing society.
Dr. Neumann stated, "It covers a whole range of subject areas and elements, and in terms of the future of our models, we've bundled all our targets together in the Opel Monza Concept. It is our vision of Opel's future and stands for our fundamental values: German engineering and precision, combined with enthralling design and innovations suitable for everyday use. The Monza Concept carries these elements forward in a visionary fashion, expressing them with fresh inspiration and clarity. This car is a study that will have a long-term impact on the next generation of Opel models."
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