Very recently, the new Grandland, presented just a few hours ago by Opel. The car, thanks to the fully digital Pure Panel, offers a completely different driving experience. The Opel SUV offers customers many technologies and driver assistance systems which until now were found exclusively in vehicles of higher segments.
In particular, we see the new IntelliLux LED Pixel active headlights with 168 LED elements in total. The technology comes from the Opel Insignia, the company’s flagship, and debuts on the German brand’s top-of-the-range SUV, setting new standards in the Opel Grandland market sector. The same goes for the Night Vision system, which debuts for the first time on an Opel car. The system detects pedestrians and animals in the dark up to 100 meters away, warning who is behind the wheel. The semi-active Highway Integration Assist system places Opel Grandland in the center of its lane and maintains its distance to the vehicle in front. Designed and manufactured in Germany, the new Opel Grandland also stands out for Opel Vizor, the new face of the brand. Opel is also continuing its electrification strategy with the new Grandland.
The latest generation technologies of the new Opel Grandland
The SUV at the top Opel has always been characterized by dynamism and sportiness, since its first presentation in 2017. Today Grandland is fitted with the unmistakable Opel Vizor, the face of the brand. Bold and original, it highlights the front and integrates in a single element the grille, the Opel Blitz and technologies such as the IntelliLux LED Pixel headlights, at the top of the segment.
The car now boasts IntelliLux LED Pixel active headlights. THE 168 moduli LED allow you to adapt the light beam seamlessly to the driving situation and the external environment, without dazzling other users on the road.
LED daytime running lights integrated into each headlight produce the typical Opel signature. This innovative generation of headlights makes the new Opel Grandland leader of its market segment. Another technology present on the new SUV, which increases the safety of all road users, especially when driving at night and on dark suburban roads, is the Night Vision system. The infrared camera detects people and animals up to 100 meters away, based on the difference in temperature compared to the surrounding environment.
Grandland’s new Opel Pure Panel is clear and intuitive
The appearance is futuristic and essential, we see two large screens within a single system, which form l’Opel Pure Panel. This fully digital driver’s seat built around the driver is intuitive to operate and makes numerous buttons unnecessary. The system is equipped with the latest digital technologies and provides the most important information. The two screens welcome passengers and create a pleasant and modern atmosphere. The central touch screen, up to 10 inches large, faces the driver, who can concentrate on driving without having to take your eyes off the road, for the benefit of car safety.
Active cruise control with “Stop & Go” function
Highway Integration Assist is the new system, big news on Opel Grandland, which uses the camera and radar sensors, combines various assistance functions and thus makes driving even more relaxing. The active cruise control maintains the distance to the vehicle in front according to the set speed and, together with the active lane positioning system, keeps the Opel Grandland in the center of the lane. The speed of the SUV increases or decreases to follow the vehicle in front, and the system can brake the car to a stop if necessary. Thanks to the “Stop & Go” function, Opel Grandland with the Highway Integration Assist system it restarts automatically standing still.
Opel Grandland: state-of-the-art driver assistance systems
However, there are many latest generation driver assistance systems in the new Opel Grandland; let’s start from panoramic camera with 360 ° vision, which facilitates every maneuver thanks to the front and rear cameras. On the screen of the infotainment system you can see the areas in front of and behind the car and you also have a view from above. The automatic parking assistant identifies suitable longitudinal and transverse spaces and intervenes on the steering to get the Opel Grandland into and out of the parking lot automatically. The blind spot alert prevents possible accidents when changing lanes. The standard equipment includes Accident Alert with Automatic Emergency Braking, Pedestrian Detection, Alert in the event of unintentional exceeding of the carriageway limits, Traffic Sign Recognition, Fatigue Detection and Cruise Control.
Comfort aboard the new Grandland SUV
The car offers driver and front passenger new certified active ergonomic seats by the specialists of “Aktion Gesunder Rücken eV”, who help to maintain a correct posture. These are award-winning seats and unique in the category of Opel Grandland, offering a wide range of adjustments, from electric backrest angle to electro-pneumatic lumbar support. In the leather version they offer heating and ventilation. Comfort is also increased thanks to the “Keyless Open & Start” system and the sensor-controlled tailgate that can be opened and closed with a simple movement of the foot under the rear bumper.
Infotainment and connectivity
Entertainment and connectivity are ensured by compatible infotainment systems Apple CarPlay e Android Auto. Together with the services of OpelConnect, the top-of-the-range Multimedia Navi Pro system makes every journey relaxing thanks to the availability of real-time traffic information, online map updates and predictive navigation. The wireless charging system in the central tunnel allows you to recharge compatible smartphones in a clean and tidy way, without cables.
Top safety and performance for the new Opel Grandland
Top technologies and comfort are accompanied by excellent performance of the new Opel Grandland and its pure and bold design. The House continues with its electrification strategy and also offers the versioni plug-in hybrid of the SUV, which guarantee the acceleration of a sports car and the ability to drive with zero emissions, thanks to electric motors and regenerative braking. Customers can choose their preferred propulsion system, from efficient diesel and petrol engines to electric plug-in hybrid versions.
The aesthetic is characterized by typical sharp lines of the SUV in question, the Opel Vizor (which we also saw on the new Opel Astra) stretches across the entire front. The Grandland name and the brand logo, the Blitz, are located right in the center of the tailgate. Other unique details are the bumpers and side panels, now painted in body color, and the underbody skidplates in glossy black or silver. The new Opel Grandland is also available in the characteristic version with two-tone roof.
Opel will announce prices and open orders for the new flagship SUV in a few weeks. Deliveries of the new Opel Grandland will begin next fall.
Source: Virgilio Motori by motori.virgilio.it.
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