2024 Opel Grandland Photos, engines & full specs

Body style: SUV (Sports Utility Vehicle)
Segment: Medium SUV
Infotainment: Apple CarPlay icon Apple CarPlay   Android Auto icon Android Auto  
Production years: 2024

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Opel introduced the second generation of the Grandland in the spring of 2024, offering customers a medium-sized European crossover with a choice of hybrid, plug-in hybrid, or electric-only drivetrains.

The first generation of the Grandland shared its EMP2 platform with several other French vehicles, such as the Peugeot 3008/5008, Citroen C5 Aircross, and DS7 Crossback. While the German automaker was under GM’s umbrella since 1929, it sold it to the French industrial group PSA (Peugeot-Citroen) in 2017. As a result, Opel became part of the Stellantis Group, sitting at the same table as Chrysler and Dodge. The 2024 Grandland still shared its underpinnings with other vehicles within Stellantis, being built on the third generation of the STLA Medium platform, shared only with the third generation of the Peugeot 3008, which was introduced in March 2024.

The new generation continued the design modifications introduced by Opel on the facelifted version of the Grandland in 2021. It featured the same visor design (named 3D Vizor), which mimicked a knight helmet with a narrow opening for their eyes, in Grandland’s case, the headlights. The German car manufacturer created new Intelli-Lux Pixel Matrix HD headlamps that integrated 51,200 LEDs (25,600 on each side). Its predecessor had only 84 LEDs per side. Furthermore, the Opel logo was illuminated. Underneath the black panel, the automaker installed a fat bumper that sported a pair of side scoops and had a black lower grille on its lower side.

Opel made the Grandland longer, taller, and wider than its predecessor. But still, the vehicle’s profile resembled the facelifted version of its predecessor. The tall side panels, sculptured doors, ascending waistline, and wider rear fenders made the crossover look dynamic. At the back, the racked-forward D-pillars supported a black roof, which was a design element introduced by Opel more than a decade before on the Astra lineup. A set of black trims adorned the rounded wheel arches and the side sills, creating the visual illusion of a vehicle with a higher ground clearance. Out back, the taillights echoed the shape of the headlights, and the automaker placed a red LED stripe that crossed the vehicle from side to side over the tailgate. Last but not least, as a final styling touch, the tailgate sported the Grandland lettering stamped on the metallic side of the lower area.

Inside the cabin, Opel packed the Grandland with smart solutions and advanced technologies in a blend that should satisfy any family. Up front, the automaker installed a ten-inch TFT display in front of the driver for the instrument cluster, while atop the center stack, the automaker placed a wide, 16-inch touchscreen for the infotainment unit. Underneath it, the automaker placed a storage fitted with a sliding lid that concealed a wireless charger and two USB-C ports. The front seats were certified by AGR (Campaign for Healthy Backs) and included powered bolsters. In the back, a split folding bench seat with a retractable armrest that featured two cup holders and a slot for a tablet ensured that those sited there would enjoy the ride. Behind, the trunk could hold 550 liters (19.4 cu-ft) of luggage.

Opel offered the Grandland with three drivetrains: a hybrid, a plug-in hybrid, and an all-electric version. The latter boasted a 700 km (435 miles) range thanks to its large 98 kWh battery pack.

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OPEL Grandland 2024
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  • 98 KWh

OPEL Grandland
98 KWh

Fuel System:Electric
Length:183.1 in (4651 mm)
Width:75 in (1905 mm)
Height:65.4 in (1661 mm)
Power pack:Lithium-Ion
Maximum Capacity:98 kWh
Range:435 miles (700.1 km)
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