PARIS – Two top designers of European concept cars say that, today, putting a handful of ideas in a concept is better than having a whole host of features. The Opel Monza and a concept signaling the next Renault Espace, both unveiled at last year’s Frankfurt auto show, illustrate their point at the recent Festival Automobile International here. Creators of the Opel Monza, says Adam Opel advanced-design chief Boris Jacob, wanted to show how cars of the future could be wirelessly ...

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