The Opel GT Concept is showing off its interior ahead of its official debut at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show.
Last month, Opel and Vauxhall unveiled its GT Concept, giving us a glimpse of a future possible sports car. The automaker has since followed it up with a photos of its interior, which lacks buttons of any sort. In place of traditional knobs and buttons, there’s a central touchpad that can control functions, or the driver can simply speak to a Human Machine Interface (HMI). Opel claims that over time, the system can even learn an owner’s habits. The company compares the HMI to a friend on the passenger seat, recognizing whether the driver wants “hip-hop or chill-out.”
The two-seater concept car continues its red-and-black theme inside the cabin with pods on the side of the steering wheel serving as rearview monitors that replace traditional side mirrors. Geared towards “the pure pleasure of an exciting drive,” as Opel puts it, the steering wheel and the pedals can be adjusted electrically down to the last millimeter while the low beltline of the doors allows for a casual arm position.
AutoGuide.com will be sure to get a closer look at the Opel GT Concept when it bows at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show in early March. Check back for live coverage of the event.
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