Opel Crossland 2021 debuts! After the arrival of the Mokka 2021, the signature of the lightning has unveiled the new Crossland, which is renewed adopting a new front inherited from the first, incorporates better techniques and technologies, and, like the Mokka, loses the ‘X’ in its surname.
The renewed Opel Crossland, which replaces the model launched in 2017, becomes the second of the brand to sport the new ‘Opel Vizor’ front end after the brand new Opel Mokka.
Thus, the grille is streamlined by stretching along the entire front and merging with the headlights, which maintain the light signature in the form of a double gull wing. It also houses the brand’s logo in the center and, under it, we find a new larger bumper with air intakes on both sides and surrounded by silver protections (in the Ultimate version).
Also new are the LED front fog lights (chrome on Ultimate and Elegance), chrome door sill trims for Ultimate, plus sleek 16-inch light-alloy wheels (17 optional). ).
At the rear, the changes are very subtle. The taillights have been darkened but still replicate Opel’s wing-shaped light signature, and the glossy black tailgate surface (available in combination with the black roof) has been expanded, now surpassing the headlight area in order trying to give it a wider visual aspect.
Now it also sports an insert with the model name that crosses the rear part in the width and new protection, also in silver, has been added for the bumper.
New GS Line sport trim and diesel and gasoline engines
It will also replicate the Mokka‘s edition of the GS Line sport trim to its range, which includes 17-inch black light-alloy wheels, a black roof, and the brand’s distinctive red line, as well as AGR-certified seats for the driver and front passenger. and adaptive LED headlights.
The Opel Crossland continues to boast in this new installment of being one of the B-segment SUVs with the largest boot capacity on the market. Its capacity is 410 liters, although they increase to 520 liters by folding the rear seats in a 60/40 layout and to 1,255 liters with the three rear seats folded down.
On a technical level, the improvements to the 2021 Crossland translate into new springs and dampers for the McPherson front suspension and torsion rear axle. Also, a new intermediate axis of the steering column has been added, which improves the precision of the steering and the centering, according to the brand.
Under the hood, five engine options will be offered: three gasoline and two diesel. At the moment, no sign of electrified versions.
The Opel Crossland can mount a 1.2 turbocharged gasoline engine, with two power levels to choose from 110 hp or 130 hp. The access version is associated with a six-speed manual transmission, while the most powerful will be offered with that transmission or a six-speed automatic.
About diesel, the engine will be a 1.5 capable of developing 110 hp or 120 hp. In this case, the engine torque does vary between the two options, amounting to 250 Nm and 300 Nm, respectively, and the transmission is manual for the first and automatic for the second.
Regarding driver assistance systems, the small SUV will be available with fully adaptive LED headlights, Head-Up display, frontal collision alert with automatic emergency braking and pedestrian detection, lane departure and driver fatigue alert, warning of vehicles in the blind spot, panoramic rear camera, automatic parking assistant, or cruise control with speed limiter together with the traffic signal reader, among others.
Reservations will open “very soon”, Opel said, although prices are unknown at the moment. The Opel Crossland will arrive in dealerships at the beginning of 2021 to try to compete in the highly disputed B-SUV segment, against models such as the SEAT Arona, Peugeot 2008, Renault Captur or its aforementioned brother Opel Mokka, to name a few examples.