Today, June 9, Opel officially unveiled the deeply redesigned Crossland crossover, which takes over several key features of the same brand’s Mokka. For example, the updated “SUV” received a proprietary Vizor radiator grille, attracting attention with a large plastic panel. The adaptive LED headlights equipped with 168 LEDs are called the best lighting technology in this class company. These running lights, for example, can adapt to the situation on the road – this helps not to blind the drivers of oncoming cars and get a better view at night.
In addition, the manufacturer made a significant contribution to improving driving safety – the updated crossover received an advanced Night Vision system, which is capable of recognizing pedestrians, animals, or other obstacles in the dark at a distance of up to 100 meters. A handy feature to avoid trouble at night. Naturally, there is a collision avoidance system, traffic sign recognition technology, adaptive cruise control, a 360-degree camera, and even fully autonomous parking.
In the salon, the Opel Grandland will delight the potential buyer with a digital dashboard and a large touchscreen multimedia display complete with the Pure Panel entertainment system (similar to that in Mokka). In this case, the buyer is given a choice of a dashboard of 10 or 12 inches, and the multimedia system can be equipped with a display of 7 or 10 inches. Unfortunately, very little information is known about the technical characteristics of the new item – Opel only announced a hybrid version of the crossover on turbocharged gasoline (1.6 liters) engine paired with an electric motor with a capacity of 296 horsepower.