As the days get closer to the unveiling of the Opel GT Concept, a new set of video clips have surfaced of the minimalist Mazda MX-5 rival. The concept is summarised as “sculptural artistry meets German precision” according to vice president of Opel/Vauxhall design, Mark Adams.

In the video, we now get to have a closer look at the interior of the Opel GT, which we can see is mostly digital. Previously, it was announced that the concept will feature a Human Machine Interface – operated purely by voice and a central touchpad, eliminating the need for buttons in the interior.

Uniquely, the interface is self-learning too – it can recognise the driver’s habits while adapting to their needs including setting the desired music, temperature and selecting routes for that matter. The GT is said to be able to issue warnings in a conversational tone as well. What can be seen clearly though, is that the round touchpad at the centre console is able to provide some form of haptic feedback.

Furthermore, the interior has a brushed aluminium instrument panel, while rounded camera monitors are found in the outer aluminium air jets, at both sides. Other notable features inside include a retro-spoke steering wheel and red seatbelt retractors that match those red Hankook tyres at the front.

“We wanted the design execution to be progressive, modern, to show that we are a technology leader and a design leader,” Adams says of the concept. “It’s bold and it’s compact and it’s sculptural.”

The Opel GT Concept is a lightweight two-door that weighs less than 1,000 kg. It’s motivated by a turbocharged 1.0 litre three-cylinder engine that’s good for 145 PS and 205 Nm. The rear-wheel drive sports car goes from 0-100 km/h in under eight seconds, and has a top speed of 215 km/h.