2025 Vauxhall 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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Stellantis charged the British mid-size crossover segment with the second generation of the Vauxhall Grandland, which was introduced in the spring of 2024.

General Motors (GM) bought Vauxhall Motors in 1925, and for decades it was part of the American family. Later, it used the same platforms as the European brand Opel, leading to the unusual decision of having the same cars sold under different brands in UK and mainland Europe. Then, after the financial crisis that started in 2008, things went south for both brands. GM was losing money with these two automakers. As a result, in 2017, it sold them both to the French automotive group PSA (Peugeot-Citroen), which later acquired Chrysler and Fiat to become the second-largest automotive group in the world, Stellantis. The new owner dramatically reduced production costs by sharing its platforms with the newcomers, and the Grandland became the German and the British brothers of the Peugeot 3008 and Citroen C5 Aircross for the Opel and Vauxhall, respectively. Moreover, it continued using the same strategy for both brands since they had a huge brand awareness. In 2024, the Grandland went through a facelift, and in 2024, Vauxhall unveiled the second generation of this moniker. The new generation was made on the same STLA Medium platform shared with the third generation of the 3008.

Right off the bat, the new design benefited from new rules regarding car production, which meant that the automaker could place a lit badge on the grille. Vauxhall did that, and it looked spot on when placed against the black, V-shaped panel of the front fascia. It also boasted a new set of Intelli-Lux Matrix headlights that boasted 51,600 LEDs per side, ensuring excellent illumination without disturbing the oncoming traffic. 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.

The second generation of the Grandland was longer, wider, and taller than its predecessor. However, the overall shape was kept. It also featured angular lines on the bodywork, a floating roof design, and sculptured door panels. At the back, the raked-forward D-pillars created a dynamic look for the vehicle. To emphasize the off-road look, the automaker placed black trims around the wheel arches and on the side sills, leaving the impression of an SUV with a higher ground clearance. Finally, at the back, the automaker placed angular-shaped taillights that emerged from the quarter panels onto the tailgate, where a continuous red stripe crossed it. Last but not least, the car manufacturer integrated an illuminated 3D Vauxhall lettering below the rear window and stamped the Grandland nameplate on the lower part of the tailgate.

Inside, Vauxhall created a dashboard that didn't follow other carmakers' trends, combining the instrument panel and the infotainment screen under the same piece of glass. Instead, in front of the driver was a 10-inch display that showed essential data for driving, range, and other significant information, while atop the center stack was a generous 16-inch landscape-mode touchscreen for the infotainment unit. Between the front occupants, the automaker placed a tall center console with a secure box in the forward area, fitted with an induction charger and a pair of USB-C ports. The bucket seats featured height-adjustable bolsters, while in the back was a bench seat for three with a retractable armrest. Behind, the trunk was massive, providing up to 550 liters (19.4 cu-ft) of space.

At the time of the launch, Vauxhall announced just an electric version and bragged about the 435 miles (700 km) range of the vehicle, thanks to a 98 kWh battery pack. Later, Vauxhall expanded the lineup and brought a hybrid and a plug-in hybrid version.

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VAUXHALL Grandland 2024
  1 electric
  • 98 KWh

VAUXHALL Grandland
98 KWh

Fuel System:Electric
Wheelbase:109.6 in (2784 mm)
Cargo Volume:19.4 cuFT (549 L)
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