Opel GTW Geneve Concept
At the Geneva Motor Show in 1975, Opel unveiled the stunningly sleek two-seater, the "Genève". It was designed to be powered by a Wankel-type rotary engine, and hence its original name was "GT/W" ("W" standing for Wankel). However, GM cancelled their Wankel development program before the car was finished, prompting Opel Design to alter its name and display the fiberglass mock-up as a mesmerizing exhibit at the show.
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