Opel makes public the first images and information about the new Grandland facelift. The SUV underwent cosmetic surgery and a technology transplant.
Four years after the official presentation of the Grandland model at the Frankfurt Motor Show, Opel reveals the facelift version. The Germans gave up the letter “X” in the model name.
The SUV now receives an Opel Vizor front end, which is already found on the new Corsa and Mokka. The latter was presented last week. The IntelliLux LED Pixel Light adaptive headlights also appear on the front, integrating 168 LEDs (84 in each headlight). The technology made its debut in the Insigna sedan.
The Germans optionally equip the model with Night Vision, a system that improves visibility at night. It allows the identification of pedestrians and animals at distances of up to 100 meters.
The car can be ordered with a roof and uprights in a different shade than the rest of the body.
The driver will benefit from the presence of a digital instrument panel and a 10-inch touch display, which plays the multimedia system, united under a glass cover that forms what the Germans call “Opel Pure Panel”. The driver and front passenger will sit in ergonomic seats with AGR (Aktion Gesunder Rucken) certification. Those who order the leather upholstery will receive heated and ventilated saunas.
The new Opel Grandland facelift can be ordered with a 360-degree view camera, adaptive cruise control with Stop & Go function, reserved for versions with automatic transmission, but also with parking assistance and treadmill maintenance system. The Highway Integration Assist function helps the car keep its distance and position in the center of the lane.
The new Opel Grandland facelift – plug-in hybrid versions in the engine range
Opel continues its electrification strategy and continues to offer plug-in hybrid versions, available with front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive. The Germans still keep the mystery about the engine range. He announces, however, that petrol and diesel versions will also be available.
Opel will announce prices for its new Grandland in a few weeks. The car will be built at the Eisenach plant in Germany, and deliveries will start in the fall.
Source: Promotor by www.promotor.ro.
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