The Opel Crossland is updated, even in the name

NEW FACE – Three years after the presentation, the small crossover of the German company changes its name: it is no longer Crossland X, but Opel Crossland. In addition to losing the letter X, it is updated in style and changes mainly to the front, where the new Opel Vizor grille arrives, brought to its debut by the new Mokka: thinner and laterally extended, so much so that it joins the headlights, it helps to make it appear more wide the front of the car.

HERE IS THE GS LINE + – The Opel Crossland edition 2021 it also changes in the lower part of the front fascia: there is a central frieze inspired by the off-road engine plate, offered in silver for the rich Ultimate set-up, and C-shaped inserts (also chromed) around the fog lamp housing. On the occasion of the restyling, moreover, new wheels of 16 “and 17” arrive, the smoked effect cover for the lights and a frieze in the rear bumper, which recalls the one present at the front. Then the GS Line + set-up makes its debut, with 17 ”wheels painted black, black roof, LED lights and front seats certified by the specialized German AGR body, designed to improve comfort on long journeys.

INTELLIGRIP – The renewed Opel Crossland it is almost unchanged inside, where the practical sofa remains which can slide 15 cm longitudinally, so as to offer more comfort to rear passengers or to increase the capacity of the trunk, which in fact is 520 liters with the advanced sofa ( of 410 liters with the sofa set back). Compared to the previous edition, the IntelliGrip system wheel is the only novelty inside. This allows you to vary the response of the Esp and traction control, improving traction on low-grip surfaces. It has five modes: Normal, for everyday driving; Snow, for snow-covered surfaces; Mud, for the muddy ones; Sand, for the sand; Esp Off, which keeps the Esp and traction control disabled up to 50 km / h, and then automatically reactivates them beyond this speed.

UPDATED ENGINES – The Opel Crossland will have new settings for springs, shock absorbers and steering, designed to improve driving precision and agility. The engines are the ones the Crossland X was equipped with, but they have Euro 6d homologation, mandatory from 2021: the petrol is the 3-cylinder 1.2 naturally aspirated with 83 HP and turbo, in the 110 HP and 130 HP versions; the 1.5 turbodiesel, with an extra piston, has 110 hp and 120 hp. The 6-speed automatic transmission is offered for the 130 bhp 1.2 and 120 bhp 1.5.

YEAR TO DATE –  L’Opel Crossland it will be available for order in the next few weeks and will arrive in dealerships from the beginning of 2021.

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