Opel has prepared a new hybrid version of the crossover Grandland XDecember 16, 2019
For the new hybrid with one driving axle, three operating modes of the motor are available, among which is sports.
Opel introduced a new hybrid version of the Grandland X crossover, which in the new version receives front-wheel drive. Unlike the standard 4Hybrid, the novelty has become more affordable at £ 3,200. For its performance meets the previous 1.6-liter gasoline turbo engine with a return of 177 hp. But instead of two electric motors with a capacity of 108 hp the new hybrid receives only one electric motor. As a result, the total power of the front-wheel drive version is 222 hp. against 296 h.p. all-wheel drive with two electric motors.
The front wheel drive Opel Grandland X picks up the first “hundred” in 8.6 seconds, and its maximum speed reaches 225 km / h.
The electric motor is powered by a 13.2 kWh lithium-ion battery. It allows the crossover on electricity alone to cover a distance of up to 57 kilometers. The new hybrid can work in three modes: hybrid, electric and sports. The first commercial copies of the new items are expected in April 2020.
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