Opel South Africa has unveiled the facelifted Crossland SUV.
It features a bold new look and striking new front-end design called the Opel Vizor.
The new design integrates the grille and headlights, extends in one single sweep, across the front of the car.
The makeover also incorporates new dark tinted tail lights at the rear, and the new high-gloss black Tailgate surface available in combination with the black roof which makes the new Crossland look wider and stronger.
Also new are the front and rear skid plates, LED fog lamps on the Elegance model and stylish 16-inch light alloy wheels.
Another distinguishing characteristic is the rear Crossland badge, which is laid out across the tailgate.
The most important safety features of the new Opel Crossland include the forward collision alert with automatic emergency braking and pedestrian detection that operates at speeds above 5,0km/h.
The system uses a front camera and in conditions where the visibility is poor it may not respond and the lane departure warning, which issues audible and visible signals registers that the lane is being left unintentionally.
To help the driver focus, it also has the driver drowsiness Alert that evaluates the fatigue level through the driving style and alerts the driver if braking is necessary.
Inside the Opel Crossland, there’s a 7” colour touchscreen infotainment system, which runs the Apple Carplay/ Android Auto.
The Crossland SUV line-up includes the Crossland Edition 1,2 60kW 55-speed Manual, and 1,2 Turbo 81kW 6-speed Automatic and the Crossland Elegance 1,2 Turbo 81kW 6-speed Auto.
On the engine front, the Opel Crossland SUV is offered in two powertrain configurations.
The 1,2 naturally aspirated engine mated to a 5-speed manual shifter is offered on the Edition model. The more powerful 1,2 litre turbo petrol engine, coupled to a 6-speed automatic gearbox is offered on both the Edition and Elegance models.
It’s priced from at R324 900 to R399 900.
The new facelifted Opel Crossland will arrive at dealerships throughout South Africa this month.