Size Increase: The new Grandland is longer, wider, and taller than the old one.

It is about 6.8 inches longer, 0.7 inches taller, and 2.5 inches wider, so there is much room inside.

Wheelbase and Space Inside: The longer wheelbase means more space is inside. The trunk space has-

grown by 36 liters, and people in the back seats now have an extra 0.8 inches of legroom.

Frame and Range: The Grandland is based on the same STLA Medium frame as the Peugeot 3008.

Customers have more options because this base lets different powertrain and drivetrain solutions work with it.

Electric options: You can get it in electric forms with either 73 kWh or 98 kWh batteries.

These electric cars have a great range of up to 700 km (435 miles) and can be charged quickly.

Changes include a heads-up display, a giant 16-inch infotainment screen, and more advanced seats with massage functions,

powered side bolsters, and ventilation. There's even a shape that takes pressure off the tailbone.

Opel's Electric Focus : The new Grandland is a big step forward for Opel in its electric plan. Opel has made-

their commitment to electric cars even more robust by adding an electric choice to every model.

Launch and Availability: The Grandland should be on sale in the fall, but the start date still needs to be set.

More information about its internal combustion engine choices and how well it uses gas will probably come out when it goes on sale.

Insurance Covers Everything: Opel offers insurance coverage that covers everything for the Grandland, giving buyers peace of mind.

This includes covering for motor parts, electric drivetrain systems, and battery performance,

making sure the car runs reliably, and the owner is happy with their purchase.

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