The German based automaker Opel has released the first video presentation of the brand new Monza Concept, which will be officially presented to the public during the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show.
After making its official debut just a few hours ago, the Opel Monza Concept is being placed into the spotlights once again, this time with the help of an official video. The footage posted below is showing the vehicle from just about every angle possible but if you were hoping to see it in action, you will be disappointed. The new Opel Monza Concept represents the company’s future design language, which will replace the current one originally introduced back in 2008, with the Insignia.
The Opel Monza Concept is 4.69 meters long and 1.31 meters tall and its cabin is 15 cm lower than the regular production cars. Even so, this is still offering a lot of headroom and legroom, along with a generous cargo space of 500 liters. Changes also include the new front grille, the headlights, taillights, body panels and so on, along with the gullwing doors and the absence of the B-pillars. Power to the model will be provided by a 1.0 liter SIDI turbo engine, converted to run on natural gas. Additional details on the Opel Monza Concept are limited for the moment.
According to a Wall Street Journal report, GM is selling its remaining stake in its former lending arm, Ally Financial Inc.
Officials with GM and Ally declined to comment. GM owned a 9.9 % stake in Ally at the end of September. The private placement deal is worth about $900 million, the newspaper ...