At the International Motor Show in Frankfurt, Opel spam novelty in the form of a new concept labeled Monza. The new Monza aims to impress fans of Opel’s expected in the future. Based on the photos we can see that this car combines the sporty look of the outside of the projection and the technology inside. It is interesting to say that one Monza already had its world premiere at the Frankfurt in 1977. It was a great buy with a six-cylinder engine that can produce up to in 1986. year. The concept follows the trail of new Monza predecessor.
As we heard from representatives of the company Opel this vehicle is a role model for the next generation of car manufacturers. “The concept of Monza gives us a glimpse of the Opel car of the future,” said CEO Karl-Thomas Neumann. When talking about the future of this concept brings pioneering LED projection technology on the instrument panel and display multimedia system. The efficiency of this car is manifested in several ways, by design, the optimal use of interior space, as well as advanced technology powertrains.
Opel Monza Concept design
When we talk about design new Opel Monza Concept sporting the hood line with striking central dial continues the tradition of the front of the old Monza, a large open air in the shape of a boomerang behind the front wheels are complemented by a sleek chrome strip. The inspiration for this model designers have found in ocean waves, namely measuring 4.69 meters long four-seater shaped by “the model of ocean waves breaking on the shore,” as we had the opportunity to hear from representatives of the company Opel. Sides of the body design concept allows easy entry and exit of passengers in the front and the rear, emphasizing the prominent, sports arches over the rear wheels.
That is what is new in this model is that the merged design front and rear doors that open up for maximum functionality and an unusual sight at the opening, providing an unobstructed view of the spacious passenger compartment thanks to the absence of the B-pillar. When you are behind the wheel, Monza takes you to a new and different world instruments and multimedia system. In front of the driver, broad, sculpted dashboard that extends from one to the other door, which serves as a unique projection surface.
Information and decorative elements appear on the surface that is fully adapted to the needs, tastes, or the driver’s mood. Total 18 LED projectors are versatile multifunction display. 3D graphics includes all the great features from accurate information about the car, the Internet and communication options, and various decorative elements. Area that displays information and background can be individually configured, and control is done using voice commands and steering wheel. There are three modes of functioning multimedia system called ME, U.S. ALL. In ME mode, the system virtually excludes driver smartphone and gives priority to information relevant to driving.
Model designers have thought of everything so that in spite of the amount of just 1.31 meters, the trunk volume is small and amounts to 500 liters, and no passengers were not deprived of headroom. This was achieved thanks to the fact that the entire structure of the cockpit about 15 inches shorter than the one of conventional models. Maybe at first glance not, but the concept seems Monza offers the same passenger space as the average midsize car.
Opel Monza Concept engine
Monza concept is based on a modular design to allow for maximum flexibility when it comes to the choice of powertrain. Achievable, a series of sustainable powertrain based on the increasing electrification Auto Exchange. On the copy, which will be shown at the fair in Frankfurt, engineers have designed an electric actuator with extended range on compressed natural gas, which is a further improvement of pioneering technology Ampera. The drive unit of this model is so new 3-cylinder SIDI 1.0 turbo engine in the new generation, who takes it upon himself to extend the radius of the vehicle. But he does it with natural gas instead of gasoline, further reducing the CO2 emissions of the car.