Vauxhall Exhibit Next Generation Grandland With Electric Powertrain

Vauxhall has unveiled the all-new Grandland, an elegant and energetic, roomy and adaptable SUV equipped with a completely electrified powertrain for the first time.

The All-New Grandland introduces numerous design elements that were initially showcased on the Vauxhall Experimental concept car, now brought to life on a production model. Notable features include the 3D Visor, adorned with an illuminated Griffin logo, prominently positioned at the centre, as well as the rear-end display of the permanently lit "VAUXHALL" lettering.

In addition to this, this electric vehicle will have a long range of around 435 miles (WLTP).

Design and Features

The Grandland boasts a visually elongated appearance, exuding a sense of sophistication and refinement on the outside.

Its overall body design is meticulously arranged and well-structured, yet maintains a seamless and fluid aesthetic.

The distinct lines of the wheel arches seamlessly integrate with the car's form, creating a visually captivating effect that accentuates the outward positioning of the wheels.

The Grandland offers versatile seating options with its rear seats that can be folded down in a 40:20:40 configuration. This allows for a maximum load volume of 1,641 litres, providing ample space for all your storage needs.

Even with the seats up, the Grandland still offers a generous boot volume of 550 litres, which is 36 litres more than the previous model.

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The interior design highlights a horizontal layout, featuring lines that extend from the instrument panel to the doors, creating a sense of openness and width.

The 16-inch central display, slightly angled towards the driver, along with the elevated centre console, adds a touch of sportiness to the overall look. A discreet and expansive digital cluster located behind the steering wheel offers crucial information, enabling the driver to fully enjoy the driving experience.

The driving experience is truly captivating, thanks to Vauxhall's AGR seats which are renowned for their convinent design. The new Grandland upholds this esteemed tradition, ensuring a remarkable driving experience.

Vauxhall's new top-of-the-line EV SUV also includes a variety of different driver assistance systems including Automatic Cruise Control system which incorporates advanced features such as Stop & Go function, Extended Traffic Sign Recognition, Intelligent Speed Adaptation, and In Crash Braking.

This car also features rear parking sensors, a rear-view camera equipped with an automatic cleaning feature, and a 360-degree Intelli-Vision camera that is included in the vehicle's advanced technology package.

The upcoming Vauxhall Grandland will be available for ordering in July and is expected to be in UK showrooms by Autumn. More details regarding pricing and specifications will be revealed closer to the official launch of the car later in the year.