Now simply Grandland (now without the X), the Opel SUV also adopts the Vizor front panel which gives it false Mokka airs.
At the same time, it incorporates the IntelliLux LED Pixel Light intelligent headlights, made up of 168 LEDs each, and whose particularity is not to dazzle other users.
The Night Vision system is responsible for detecting pedestrians up to a distance of 100 meters.
The interior also changes and is also similar to that of the Mokka, with the Pure Panel dashboard which, with its 2 large screens, is stripped down and very digital.
Driving aids are more numerous than before, as well as comfort equipment such as the keyless opening or that of the tailgate with the foot.
The mechanics remain identical to those of the Grandland X and the Peugeot 3008 cousin, with in particular two plug-in hybrid versions of 225 and 300 hp.
The first deliveries will take place this fall.
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