The first photos of the Opel Grandland 2022 crossover appeared on the webJanuary 11, 2021
A render of an updated version of the German crossover Opel Grandland has appeared on the Web – the image was created by independent artists.
In October 2020, Opel presented an updated version of its Crossland X crossover. After restyling, the car received a new “face” inspired by another SUV model of the company – Mokka, new technologies, more luxurious equipment and a shorter name without the X suffix. We have not seen “spy” photos of a larger Grandland X with similar updates, but logic tells us that soon Opel will present an updated version of its new product, which is based on the French Peugeot 3008.
Motor.es decided to look into the future of Grandland and created this render, announcing an upcoming update.
The virtual photograph offers a sharper front fascia with Mocca-style headlights, C-shaped LED daytime running lights and a slimmer upper grille. The lower bumper, in turn, features an enlarged hexagonal mesh grille and integrated LED fog lights.
Aside from these changes, we don’t expect Grandland (X will likely fade from the name after a facelift) to see dramatic visual changes. Of course, there will probably be some changes at the rear, including redesigned taillights and possibly a new bumper design, but that’s pretty much everything we expect. Depending on the equipment, there may be new body colors and wheel options.
Opel has been constantly updating the Grandland crossover since its debut in September 2017. More recently, the German crossover received a 300 horsepower (450 Nm) all-wheel drive plug-in hybrid power plant. It is likely that the PHEV system will be quite popular when the crossover debuts as European emissions standards tighten. Alternatively, buyers will be able to choose from a range of turbocharged petrol and diesel engines.
Not so long ago, our publication wrote that Opel will change its logo and corporate color. The German automaker has unveiled a new emblem. The brand also decided to change the corporate color and font.
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