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Vauxhall teases GT X Experimental concept
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Vauxhall has given us a first glimpse of its GT X Experimental, a concept hinting at the company's design language for the mid-2020s. The design features strong frontal lines and creases with the company's griffin badge, the focal point, intersected by two sharp axes. The headlights, DRLs and driver assistance cameras and sensors are styled, according to Vauxhall, to resemble the “Vizor” of a motorbike helmet, supposedly very much representative of the company's designs going forward. The new corporate face is set to “truly differentiate the Vauxhall brand” following the company joining the French PSA group one year ago.



1 Aug 2018


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