Opel announces the launch of new electric crossovers with a range of up to 700 km

Opel will refresh its crossover lineup with two electric models, Frontera and Grandland, offering a range of up to 700 km, with the presentation expected by the end of the year

Opel Frontera
Opel Frontera / media.stellantis.com

Opel plans to introduce two electric crossovers that will replace the Crossland and Grandland models. They are expected to debut by the end of the current year, as reported by the Stellantis corporation on its official website, where teasers of the new models have already been shown.

The first in the lineup is the Opel Frontera, a revived model that will be slightly larger than the Crossland.


Its length will be approximately 4.3 meters, featuring a high hood and a front part in the Opel Vizor style.

Under the hood, the Frontera is equipped with a 156-hp electric motor, similar to those installed in the electric versions of Corsa and Mokka, with a 54 kWh battery providing a range of 400 km.

The next model is the new generation Opel Grandland. This crossover will be based on the Peugeot e-3008 platform, suggesting the availability of versions with front and all-wheel drive and power ranging from 210 to 320 hp.

The declared range for this model is up to 700 km.

Hybrid versions are also planned for both models, considering the availability of such options in the market counterparts.

It was previously reported that Ford is introducing a redesigned F-150 for 2024, incorporating significant changes and improvements, including a new square design, a powerful Raptor R with a 720 hp engine, and updated Fox Live shock absorbers, promising a more modern look and enhanced performance.


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