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Giugiaro GFG Style Sibylla GG80 Electric Concept 2018

GFG Style Sibylla GG80 2018

GFG Style unveiled concept car Sibylla GG80 at Paris Motor Show 2018 Paris, 2nd October

At the 2018 Paris Motor Show, GFG unveiled GFG Sibylla GG 80, replica at the vehicle originally launched in Geneva 2018. Sibylla GG 80 is a new electric concept vehicle that brings together beautiful design with beautiful energy, to signpost the future of mobility.

The GFG Sibylla GG80 is a smart electric sedan developed in collaboration with Envision Energy, a leader in smart energy management. The vehicle uses Envision’s EnOS™ energy IoT platform to integrate with its surrounding energy infrastructure, allowing the car to become intelligently integrated into the wider energy ecosystem. The design is functional and ergonomic, echoing the seamless integration of EnOS™.

2018 marks Giorgetto Giugiaro’s 80th birthday; this car is a celebration of a lifetime dedicated to iconic automotive design. 

A four-door luxury sedan, the car incorporates innovative solutions in terms of accessibility, functionality, and aesthetics. It revisits classic themes; it is elegant, with generous dimensions (over 5 metres long and 1.48 metres high). The choice of electric propulsion enhanced the interior space and allowed Giorgetto and Fabrizio Giugiaro to revolutionize accessibility and exploit this space by introducing rational, functional, ergonomic solutions both inside and outside of the vehicle.

An electric car with a 75 KWh battery can store as much electricity as an average European household consumes in a week. Integrating the car into the energy system means the car can be both an energy source and help contribute to stabilizing the energy grid, a critical link between energy supply and demand. With EnOS™, the car not only connects to a network of renewable energy assets, but also communicate and shares energy with other vehicles, homes and buildings, enabling clean, secure and affordable electricity in a flexible and smart future energy system.

Details of the cars architecture and interior are included below.

The name

 The name Sibylla was chosen in reference to the figure from Latin mythology endowed with the ability to provide answers and predict the future. This connects to the ability of the EnOS™ platform to make the car smart within the wider energy ecosystem, able to provide data from the external world and support the future of e-mobility. It is also a fitting tribute to Giorgetto’s mother, named Sibilla

The architecture

GFG Style Sibylla GG80 2018

The innovations in the car’s design allow seamless entry and exit of the cockpit, making it surprisingly accessible, luminous and panoramic.

The driver enters by sliding the windscreen towards the front by 750 mm on three tracks: two on the bonnet and one on the roof. The central longitudinal structure also has hinges for the second-row, gullwing-style opening passenger windows. The doors open at the same time as the windscreen and rear window. Once seated, the cockpit closes automatically. Both the wrap-around windscreen and rear window can be adjusted at will, even when travelling at moderate speed. These solutions eliminate the side structure, allowing driver and passengers to enter like in a spider.

  The large transparent roof dome is wraparound. Without the A-pillar it starts from the bonnet and reaches the B-pillar. The upper part of the side rises towards the confluence of the roof dome with the rear window. In the middle of the side, a bold, dynamically and optically “dry” dihedral breaks the surface; it connects to the big, protruding wheel arches, adding sportiness.

GFG Style Sibylla GG80 2018

The generous 22-inch wheels are fitted with the innovative Pirelli Cyber Tyres, which, thanks to an internal sensor, provide essential information on tyre condition, road conditions and vehicle performance to both the driver and the car control unit. Innovative “stellar” wheels ensure a constant surface balance.

The low part between the wheel arches (in the sill zone) is recessed and facilitates exit from the seat center and lightens the side. An edge that rests on the rear spoiler starts from the rear door, while the same door generates the line that envelops the rear window and the boot lid cut-line.

At the front, a precious grille enhances the trim aligned with the bonnet, showing the GFG logo. The horizontal headlights, seamless with the bonnet edge, are slim and feature a recognizable and distinctive illuminated pattern. Two spoilers and two air intakes are carved out of either side of the grille. An additional spoiler is to be found in the middle under the grille and joins up with the side spoilers.

At the far end of the front, at the confluence with the side, is a slot with a front stop light. This device, which has never been fitted by any manufacturer or contemplated by lawmakers, is a preventive stop signal that would give pedestrians visual assurance when crossing the road that the approaching car is braking.

The bonnet with the two-windscreen slide-ways is well characterised and confirms the car’s aggressive appearance, while supporting the sliding movement of the windscreen. Two cameras on each side act as a rear-view mirror and for controlling parking manoeuvres.

GFG Style Sibylla GG80 2018

 The rear view proposes lighting that follows the side panel section. The central logo masks the electric charging plug. The generous bumper proposes two spoilers in harmony with the patterns at the front.

At the rear, the trunk fits into the kamm tail designed for aerodynamic efficiency. It opens by leaving the rear window fixed as with classic sedans but with a particularly generous luggage compartment access.

GFG Style Sibylla GG80 2018

The interior

 The Sibylla has airy, panoramic spaces emphasized by a dashboard that develops following the entire windscreen projection.  Its cockpit presents four identical seats, two identical, independent central cabinets and an innovative space behind the rear seats. In detail, the dashboard is equipped with displays and monitors that communicate data, with the most advanced information, empowered by Envision’s EnOS™ platform. Consistent with its name, the Sibylla offers a whole series of data to the driver, both from the car and the surrounding environment, from weather to driving conditions, to the nearest charging point via a LED display positioned at the front of the car under the bonnet.

GFG Style Sibylla GG80 2018

The Sybilla offers an aircraft-style yoke steering wheel. Touch pads are positioned on the wheel at thumb level to allow the best control with minimal distraction from driving. The completely flat floor accommodates four identical seats with the same settings and services.

The surrounding space has been handled according to the best ergonomic criteria. In the middle, the two spacious, identical center cabinets run on slides anchored to the seats to improve accessibility. A monitor is hinged to the front of the cabinets for access to the devices on the dashboard. The plate rotates and can be fully reclined to allow the user to move to the other side in case of need.

GFG Style Sibylla GG80 2018

Due to the dome-type roof, the channel for the traditional window opening has disappeared and a very large recess in the door panel has been created. Above the armrest, a flap also allows access to a document compartment that replaces the one normally provided under the dashboard, which is rather inconvenient.

The generous dimensions of the cockpit have also made it possible to obtain space for suitcases, bags and garments behind the rear seats: this service is usually provided by the overhead compartment but with less privacy. The base of the luggage compartment is equipped with a sliding shelf, which moves 25cm outwards when the bonnet is raised to facilitate storage manoeuvres.

The interiors are finished with prestigious Poltrona Frau leather. The inside of the backrests of the four seats host an innovative sensor device, engineered by the Japanese company Delta Kogyo Co, which detects sudden changes in passengers' physical condition (blood pressure variations, heart rate, etc.).

The Sibylla is equipped with a large luminous display inside the grille able to “communicate” with the outside world, providing information on the charge status of the batteries, giving movement alerts, signalling certain manoeuvres of the car as for example when braking or turning.

About GFG Style

 GFG Style was born in 2015 from the extraordinary experience in the field of car design of its founders, Giorgetto and Fabrizio Giugiaro. Giorgetto is known all over the world as one of the most successful designers in automotive history. Fabrizio has been active in car design, industrial design and the planning and development of car interiors and exteriors for public and private clients for over 30 years.

They have been directly responsible for creating over 300 standard production models and more than 200 research prototypes for numerous manufacturers. GFG Style operates two premises in Moncalieri (Turin): its headquarters and an operational building. Fabrizio and  Giorgetto Giugiaro have thus established the conditions that allow them make use of their personal skills to develop automotive projects with the facilities of a new styling center that
generates innovative ideas using the most futuristic simulation and virtual reality technologies; the development of models and styling prototypes benefits from the specialist collaboration agreements consolidated in 50 years of activity that the automotive district of Turin can offer.

Today, GFG offers the motor industry a wide range of services and consultancies, centred on the conception, design and development of new vehicles and products: from styling to feasibility, modeling and prototyping, right down to the construction of show cars.

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Sibylla project allows to have four 150 Kw electric motors and is equipped with a 75 kWh. Battery pack for a 450 Km electric range.

Power 600 Kw  -
Maximum speed Over 200 km/ -
Acceleration 0 - 100 km/h 4 sec -
Coupe type Sedan -
Seats 4 -
Length 5141 mm.  -
 Width 2080 mm. -
Height 1483 mm. -
Wheelbase 3165 mm. -
Battery capacity 75 kWh -
All-electric range 420 km Traction 4WD

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