Opel revealed its second member of the X range, the Crossland X. It replaces the Meriva and joins the Mokka X. The new crossover will be positioned in the European B segment. Opel Crossland X will be launched later this year competing with Renault Captur and Peugeot 2008. It will be exclusively offered with FWD. Dr. Karl Thomas Neumann is the CEO of Opel. He commented that the demand for crossover models and small SUV tailored for urban traffic is significantly increasing. The Opel Crossland X with a combination of SUV inspired design, high practicality; cool and outstanding connectivity represents the second strong competitor in the vehicle class after the sporty Mokka X.
It delivers a driving pleasure and makes it just perfect for the city and escapes to the countryside. The Opel Crossland X at 4.21 meters is slightly shorter compared to the current Astra on which it is based. The driving position is 10 centimeters higher so as a result, it has an excellent overview. It can also be further enhanced by the optional panoramic glass roof. Like most of the current models of Opel, the new crossover can be opted with a panoramic 180 degree rear view camera, head up display and adaptive LED headlights.
Opel Crossland X also has an array of assistance and safety systems. Like Side Blind Spot, Speed Sign Recognition, Lane Keep Assist, Driver Drowsiness System, Automatic Emergency braking and pedestrian detection Forward Collision Alert and Advanced Park Assist. Its interior is almost same with the Astra and Mokka X. The center console is influenced by a touchscreen display that controls the infotainment system. It has an optional 5.0 Navi IntelliLink or a standard Radio R 4.0 IntelliLink both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatible.