OPEL Grandland

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OPEL Grandland
OPEL Grandland   2021 2022
2021 2022

Opel revealed the refreshed 2021, Grandland crossover built on the same platform as its brother Peugeot 3008 and showed a serious visual upgrade.
Sometimes, a carmaker manages to unveil a facelift that looks like a wholly new generation but still calls it a refresh since most of its underpinnings are the same as on the non-facelifted version. That’s the case with the 2021 Grandland, which jumped from the modest-looking 2017 model to an exciting 2021 model.

Since most customers are looking at a car’s front fascia when they want to buy one, Opel designers mainly focused on that area. It kept the same 90 degrees LED daytime running lights pattern but with a sharper look. Its 168 LED headlights (84 per lamp) and black front panel mimicked the face of an electric vehicle. A new grille-mounted in the lower side of the bumper took the cooling job, which sported a 3D pattern and a lower lip spoiler. A pair of vertical air-intakes on the sides gave the crossover a sportier look. At the back, Opel designers look like they lost their appetite for changing and installed slightly redesigned taillights with LEDs and placed wide chromed lettering on the tailgate with the “Grandland” word.

Inside, there was a new dashboard design with two displays. The touch-screen that sat on top of the center was for the infotainment system, while the up to 10” LCD in front of the driver served as an instrument panel. Like its predecessor, the seats were certified by the “Aktion Gesunder Rücken e.V.” (campaign for healthy backs) for their ergonomic shape.

Under the hood, Opel carried over drivetrains from Peugeot-Citroen. It also featured a hybrid system that used the internal combustion engine to power the front wheels and an electric motor for the rear axle.

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OPEL Grandland X
OPEL Grandland X  2017 2021
2017 2021

Opel introduced the Grandland X in 2017 as a replacement for the already old Antara SUV, and it built it under the new PSA management.
After GM sold Opel and Vauxhall to the French carmaker Peugeot, the new owner started to dictate its cost-cutting measures. One of them was introducing a new SUV based on the same PSA EMP2 platform as the Peugeot 3008/Citroen C5 Aircross. Unlike the Antara, the Grandland X was no longer all-wheel-drive, but since most European customers bought 2WD SUVs, that wasn’t a problem. Yet, if they really wished an all-wheel-drive version, Opel introduced, later on, two hybrid versions.

Despite sharing more parts with the Peugeot and Citroen, Opel managed to keep its identity. It featured a pair of swept-back headlights that incorporated the LED daytime running lights with a design that resembled the Insignia. Its black grille with a 3D pattern sported a chromed bar with the Opel badge in the middle, while on the sides, the sculptured doors looked similar to those from the Astra. The car’s designers made a floating-roof look at the back, with a D-pillar blackened on its upper side.

Inside, the Grandland X featured an analog instrument panel with two wide dials on the sides flanking a TFT screen between them and two gauges on above them. Opel installed a touch-screen infotainment system with screen mirroring, Apple CarPlay, and Android auto depending on the trim level and options. The German carmaker designed the front bucket seats, which provided good comfort, while in the back, the split-folding bench could accommodate three people.

Under the hood, Peugeot installed a wide engine range between a fuel-efficient, but sluggish, 1.2-liter turbocharged unit. There were also two turbo-diesel versions and two hybrids.

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