The Vauxhall Monza Concept adds a modular powertrain and state-of-the-art technology.
The Vauxhall Monza Concept takes the ’70s classic passenger car design and adds cutting-edge LED projection infotainment and an evolution of the Ampera’s revolutionary powertrain. The vehicle is set for its world premiere at the Frankfurt Motor Show next month.
The original Monza premiered back in 1977 for Vauxhall’s sister company Opel and went into production as the Vauxhall Royale in the UK until 1982. The new concept has a shaped bonnet with the distinctive centre fold continuing the tradition of the Monza front with the typical Vauxhall crease.
It features state-of-the-art LED projection technology, with a wide sculpted dashboard that sweeps from door to door and is used as a single projection surface. Information and decorative elements are displayed on the surface, which can be customized by the driver.
18 LED projectors create a continuous, adaptable multi-functional display for vehicle and driver information, internet and communication options, and decorative elements. The display area and background can be individually configured and operated via voice or steering wheel controls. Click through to see pictures of the Vauxhall Monza Concept: