The Opel Manta GSe ElektroMOD is likely to come up next to people who drive big SUVs or cars that cost a lot of money. But, in a new and different way, a style icon in the form of a real eye-catcher. This is what the best judges at this year's Festival Automobile International came to after they looked at all the cars. An Opel Manta GSe ElektroMOD that was successful when it was remade from an old model has won the "Grand Prix du Festival" from 12 experts in automobile, sports, architecture, fashion, design, and the cultural and media industries. When you look at things like the Manta GSe ElektroMOD, you know it is not just a car that has been brought back to life. It is a legend that has been made fit for the future by people who love cars. They pay a lot of attention to every little thing. There are accurate brand statements that are bold and clear. They also say something excitingly different from the rest.
Why is the battery-powered electric Manta called ElektroMOD? Because it is as sporty as an Opel GSe and has Opel's name on it! MOD stands for change. It stands for technical and stylistic MODifications and a stylish, environmentally-friendly way of living. A car that makes people feel something and draws their attention because of its bright yellow paint and black bonnet, as well as it's Opel Pixel Vizor. With his clear message, which stands for the same Opel way: "My heart has been electric. There is no electricity in the house. I am on a zero-emission."
Even inside a collector's item from the past, there is no sign of it. Instead, Opel's new digital technology has found its way into the cockpit of the car. The pilot now looks at a comprehensive, fully digital Opel Pure Panel with two widescreens instead of the old round ones.
With the Manta GSe ElektroMOD, the manufacturer builds a bridge from a new car's great Opel history to a desirable and environmentally-friendly future. Of course, people get excited when they think about it, like at the Automobile International Festival. There was a well-known event in 2022 that celebrated the best cars and trucks of the year in the French capital, Paris. It was the 37th time the event took place, and it was held in Paris.