The Vauxhall Monza has been partially unveiled more than two months before its official debut at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show. The Monza was created as a preview of sorts of the company's new design direction. Little has been given away in terms of details, although the CEO of the company, Karl-Thomas Neumann, did pose with the Monza (albeit in shadow).
What is known about the Vauxhall Monza is that it was designed to be aerodynamic and athletic as opposed to insanely powerful. Its infotainment system is said to be a "quantum leap forward" over what's available right now. The focus on athleticism and its low-profile are bound to draw comparisons to the Subaru BRZ/Toyota GT 86, the current low-slung sportscar dominating the market. All will be revealed come the Frankfurt Motor Show in September.
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