Opel’s Crossland has been facelifted and now boasts a new look and a new fascia with the Opel Vizor. The Crossland will now have a grille and headlight integration for a gorgeously futuristic appearance. The Vizor doesn’t just look good, it also creates accommodation for modern technologies like sensors and cameras.
Furthermore, the taillights have been tinted, the tailgate features a high-gloss black and a set of skid plates have been added onto the front and rear. LED fog lamps (on the Elegance model) and stylish 16-inch light alloy wheels will also be present. A tweaked chassis and an enriched steering position promise a driving experience that is on par with the Opel standard.
In terms of technology, the Crossland has Forward Collision Alert with automatic emergency braking and pedestrian detection, Lane Departure Warning, Driver Drowsiness Alert, Front and Rear Park Assist, Cruise control with speed limiter, ABS, EBFD and Hill Start Assist. The 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system has been upgraded and features Apple Carplay, Android Auto and Bluetooth.
The inside of the Crossland is comfy and spacious with plenty of head and legroom. A 60/40 rear seat split offers versatility and allows the boot to grow from 410-litres to an enormous 1 255-litres of space. Soft materials and chrome trimmings elevate the feel of the interior.
For the engines, there is the Crossland Edition 1.2 60kW Manual, and 1.2 Turbo 81kW Automatic and the Crossland Elegance 1.2 Turbo 81kW Auto. This facelift will reach dealerships in February 2021.