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Opel CEO shares image of new Grandland X


With its smaller Crossland X already on sale in Europe, Opel is expected to lift the covers off its brand new Grandland X soon given the teaser image posted by company CEO, Karl-Thomas Neumann, on twitter.

While little can be divulged from the full frontal shot apart from the number plate, what has been confirmed is that the Grandland X will use the same underpinnings as the Peugeot 3008 and be offered with all-wheel drive unlike its French cousin.

Like the Crossland X, the Grandland X is expected to use the use a range of Peugeot sourced engines, which currently consists of a 1.2 PureTech three-cylinder turbo petrol with 96 kW and 230 Nm, a 1.6 THP four cylinder turbo with 121 kW and 240 Nm, a 1.6 BlueHDI turbodiesel in two states of tune (74 kW / 240 Nm and 88 kW / 300 Nm), and a 2.0 Blue HDI also in two outputs (110 kW / 370 Nm and 133 kW / 400 Nm).

Transmission will consist of a five-or-six speed manual with a six-speed automatic optional on the 88 kW diesel, and standard on both the 1.6 THP petrol and 2.0 BlueHDI 180.

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