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New flagship Opel SUV rendered


First mentioned last year but only expected to succeeded the recently launched Grandland X as its new flagship in 2020, Brazilian based automotive artist, Kleber Silva, has released a series of renderings depicting what Opel's forthcoming large crossover could possibly look like.

Borrowing styling cues from the Insignia Grand Sport and Grandland X, the vehicle, dubbed Omega X in reference to Opel's large executive sedan dropped back in 2003 and its current SUV/crossover naming nomenclature, would also serve as a replacement for the slow selling Antara and possibly use the same EMP2 platform as the Peugeot 5008.

With the Russelsheim's brand recent sale to the PSA Group and General Motors announcing it will leave South Africa by the end of this year, a production Omega X could very well spell the end for the terminally aged seven-seat Captiva, whose intended successor, the new Chevrolet Equinox, now looks less likely to reach local shores despite it debuting soon Down Under as the Holden Equinox.

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