2018 Opel Grandland X: A Sporty Character Meets The Spirit Of Adventure

Apr 21, 2017 11:50 PM EDT | Ivy Lebanan


The 2018 Opel Grandland X gives the drivers and passengers a sporty and adventurous driving experience. The new model from Opel features a modern, dynamic line, cool-off road look, and an elevated seating position. It is an SUV type of vehicle that will soon make its world premiere at the IAA (International Auto Show) in Frankfurt, Germany.

The cars boast a sharp exterior with a dimension is 4.8 meters together with a stiff muscle and overhangs. In front of the 2018 Opel Grandland X is its bold grille that presents the Opel Blitz, and the chrome winglet embraces the brand logo that flows outwards to the slim, and a double wing LED headlamps that give the 2018 Opel Grandland X a robust and powerful aura. In addition, Opel offers two color finish for the Granland X.

Inside the car are an instrument panel and center stack with a touchscreen that is laid out horizontally aligned to the driver. The center stack is divided into three horizontal rows of controls for an easy and faster access to infotainment, chassis functions, and climate control. The Grandland interior surface gives the passengers a comfy feeling in all seats which has a capacity up to five persons.

The Grandland X is available with five driving modes where each mode will adjust the distribution of torque to the front wheel. However, it is not available in an all-wheel-drive system, but instead, the grip control system boosts grip depending on the type of conditions and roads.

Opel hasn't mentioned anything about the Grantland's engine, but it will surely get its power from a combination of the company's units, and some of the parts will be borrowed from the PSA Group. It will soon have its public debut at the Frankfurt motor show in September, and afterward, it will go on sale.


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