Vauxhall/Opel Set For Three World Premieres At Geneva Show

Vauxhall GTC Geneve


Vauxhall continues to forge ahead with its model offensive and is sending out a clear message at the Geneva Motor Show (6 March to 16 March) with three world premieres.

  • GTC Genève concept showcases latest dynamic design
  • VX220 Turbo puts Vauxhall in supercar-league
  • International debut for clever Signum

The main attractions demonstrate the full breadth of the company’s model range – from the uncompromising VX220 Turbo, to the segment-creating Signum.

The third attraction, and sure to receive the same amount of attention, is Vauxhall/Opel’s latest stunning design study, the GTC.

Signum, which has been seen as a concept, will make its production world debut. The new model is launched in the UK in summer, and is being hailed as a car which will break down the conventional segment barriers. Signum’s long wheelbase and stretched body-style combines an elegant and modern exterior design with impressive driving dynamics.

Other notable features of Signum are its interior space and flexibility combined with high levels of passenger comfort.

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Published 26 February 2003 Melanie Carter

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