Equipped with its renewed design, functional interior and German technologies that make daily life easier, Opel Crossland has become one of the most preferred models in its segment in a short time. The SUV with the Şimşek logo has achieved a real sales success since its first global launch in 2017, exceeding the production limit of 500 thousand units.
Opel's Crossland model, which hit the roads in 2017, quickly became one of the most successful models in its class with its versatile pragmatic features and has exceeded 500 thousand production units since its first global launch. Crossland achieved this success with its functional and rich equipment features, which are the reference point in its class. The successful model, produced in the Zaragoza factory in Spain, announced that it will soon have an electric version, like every new Şimşek logo model. Opel will offer fully electric vehicles to consumers in Europe from 2028.
Spacious interior and functionality to meet all the needs of families
Opel Crossland makes daily life easier with its 4,22 meters length and wide and functional interior. Crossland manages to be unrivaled in its class with its 150 mm sliding back and forth sliding and folding rear seats, which are offered depending on the version. Sliding seats also provide ease of changing the luggage volume between 410 liters and 520 liters. In addition, with the rear seats fully folded, the trunk volume reaches 1.255 liters.
Crossland has a number of support systems that make driving comfortable and safe. Cruise control and speed limiter, lane departure warning system and full LED headlights are standard. Pedestrian detection and forward collision warning, active emergency braking system, driver fatigue detection system and many other features are included in the equipment list.
Crossland draws attention not only with its versatility or superior technologies, but also with its modern appearance. Refreshed last year, the Crossland uses bold and simple new Opel design, including the Visor. The iconic new Opel visor stands like a single piece on the front, contributing to the car's sense of width. The rear, on the other hand, draws attention with an equally bold and assertive design. Since the beginning of 2021, the name Crossland has been proudly placed in the middle of the tailgate.