The Crossland X and the Grandland X are expected to be major contributors to the brand’s growth. Opel X-models are tailored for every taste and specific individual need. One of the best-sellers and trend-setters amongst small SUVs is the already well-known and established, robust Mokka X. Elsewhere, the new Crossland X and its larger brother, the Grandland X, will add further impetus to Opel’s “7 in 17” product offensive, which will see the Rüsselsheim-based carmaker launch no less than seven new models this year. The X-models all play a major part and impress with their athletic designs and SUV qualities.
The Mokka X was the first member of the X-range and it is a real success story for Opel, with more than 750,000 orders received to date. Mokka X drivers benefit from an SUV-typical raised seating position and the corresponding excellent visibility. The compact adventurer is a real eye-catcher thanks to its sporty and muscular design. Its wide stance and compact length of 4.28 metres give the impression that it is always ready for an adventure. Therefore, it comes with an optional all-wheel-drive system.
The Crossland X complements the company’s portfolio of compact all-rounders. It picks up many attributes of the Mokka X, such as the robustness and elevated seating position, and joins it in the SUV B-segment. While the Crossland X impresses with its optional two-tone roof and cool SUV look on the outside, it also delivers on the inside with ample space and versatility. Despite its length of only 4.21 metres, it carries up to five people and provides a total trunk volume of 520 litres, with sliding rear seats that can be adjusted by 150mm in longitudinal direction. With the seats folded down, the trunk volume increases to 1255 litres. With its unique blend of functionality, agility and sporty elegance, the Crossland X is the ideal crossover for both a short shopping trip and a longer journey. It’s a compact all-rounder for families living in urban areas.
Last, but not least, the Grandland X, the bigger sibling of the Mokka X and the Crossland X, will represent Opel in the SUV C-segment. The 4.48m long Grandland X flexes its muscles under its sporty exterior. Combined with the short body overhangs, this results in elegant proportions. The compact SUV with a maximum trunk volume of 1652 litres can optionally be ordered with a black roof to emphasise a personal style. Under its skin, the Grandland X comes with a range of innovative technologies such as the electronic traction aid called Grip Control, adaptive cruise control with pedestrian detection and automatic emergency braking, driver drowsiness alert and the 360-degree camera. This combination makes the Grandland X a real challenger in the compact class.
Furthermore, just like its siblings, the Grandland X offers a high level of comfort thanks to the optional AGR-certified (Aktion Gesunder Rücken e.V.) ergonomic seats for driver and front passenger, plus outstanding connectivity with Opel OnStar and Apple CarPlay/Android Auto compatible IntelliLink infotainment systems.
With the Mokka X and the newcomers Crossland X and Grandland X, Opel offers sporty-looking and practical vehicles equipped with innovative technologies, thus meeting the various demands in the growing SUV segment.