Published on 24th April 2024 at 12:42

Powered by a fully electrified drivetrain portfolio, the new Opel Grandland has been 
unveiled by the German carmaker, boasting a range of up to 700km (WLTP). The 
newcomer brings to life many design features first seen on the Opel Experimental 
concept car, including a 3D Vizor with illuminated Blitz logo proudly sitting at the 
centre, and permanently illuminated OPEL lettering at the rear. The new Opel 
Grandland will make its way to Irish showrooms in late 2024.  
German built 
The new Grandland was designed and developed in Rüsselsheim and will be built in 
Eisenach, Germany. The relationship to the Opel Experimental is unmistakable 
offers innovations that were first seen on this concept car. The new Grandland will 
therefore strengthen Opel’s position in the important C-SUV segment. 
New Stellantis STLA Medium BEV platform 
The next generation Grandland is the first Opel to benefit from the introduction of 
the new Stellantis STLA Medium BEV-native production platform. Thanks to the 
new architecture and its flat battery packaging allowing for up to 98 kWh, combined 
with a new-generation electric motor and heat pump, the new Grandland Electric can 
deliver a range of up to 700km (WLTP). 
Charging Times 
At a public fast charging station, it takes around 26 minutes to recharge to 80% of 
the battery capacity. Customers can also opt for a Grandland Plug-in Hybrid with up 
to 85km emissions-free range (WLTP), or the Grandland Hybrid with 48-volt 
technology, both offering further solutions that deliver on driving pleasure while 
curbing consumption and CO2 emissions. 
Grandland size 
This new Grandland measures 4650mm in length (+173mm compared to its 
predecessor), 1905mm in width (+64mm) and 1660mm in height (+19mm) and can 
be combined with up to 20" alloy wheels and sporting a two-toned floating roof, 
contrast cladding, and sharp wheel-arch lines. 
Its new Opel 3D Vizor brand face also combines with the illuminated Opel Blitz logo, 
which is made even more prominent using Edge Light Technology. At the rear, a 
distinctive illuminated lighting signature also makes its production model debut. 
Fully in line with Opel's Greenovation approach to conserve all resources related to 
the automobile, the name of the car is no longer displayed by chrome lettering - 
instead it is centrally embossed in the tailgate.  
Inside Story 
Those behind the steering wheel will like the slightly driver-oriented 16" central 
display and high centre console. The top of the instrument panel has al technical 

appearance, enhanced by an edge light, and is aesthetically divided into two surface 
finishes. A wide and fully digital cluster and Intelli-HUD head up display provide 
essential information, allowing the driver to focus on driving demand and avoiding 
the need to take eyes off the road. Selecting Pure Mode further reduces distraction 
when driving. Frequently used settings such as climate control can be operated 
intuitively via physical buttons. 
The 2024 Grandland promises oodles of interior space, with some 35 litres of interior 
storage compartments. It comes with a long wheelbase of 2,784mm and steep 
tailgate emphasise the increased roominess in cabin and trunk. Passengers in the 
rear get 20mm of additional legroom compared to the outgoing Grandland. The rear 
seats can be folded down 40:20:40 and thus, create a load volume of up to 1,641 
litres. Opel’s Pixel Box, with its illuminated translucid glass, is both visually 
appealing and highly functional. The wireless smartphone charger is located behind 
the glass so that devices can be charged while being stored safely.  

More than just a seat 
Opel's ergonomic AGR seats, certified by Aktion Gesunder Rücken e. V. (Campaign 
for Healthy Backs), await the new owner, this new Grandland now adding electric 
bolsters for more comfort. The patented Intelli-Seat feature in the front seats, 
designed to relieve pressure on the tailbone, comes as standard and ensures 
outstanding comfort even during long journeys. All fabrics in the interior are 100% 
The new Grandland further offers an extensive array of driver assistance systems 
including, as standard: 
 Automatic Cruise Control with Stop & Go function 
 Extended Traffic Sign Recognition 
 Intelligent Speed Adaptation 
 In Crash Braking, a system with the purpose of helping avoid secondary 
collision in case of an accident, all as standard. 
An optional Opel Intelli-Drive 2.0 system integrates numerous electronic assistants 
and combines them with Semi-Automatic Lane-Change Assist and Recommended 
Speed Adaption. Parking is also made easier by front and rear park assist, a rear- 
view camera with automatic cleaning function and the 360-degree Intelli-Vision 
Intelligent Lighting 
A latest-generation Intelli-Lux Pixel Matrix HD system offers over 50,000 elements 
(51,200 to be precise, with 25,600 on each side) for high-definition light. Oncoming 
objects are detected by a camera and the Intelli-Lux Pixel Matrix HD light cuts out 
these objects precisely to deliver a much brighter light, whilst ensuring that other 
road users are not glared at. New welcome/goodbye animations with graphical 
projections at the front of the vehicle are featured.