Opel is being a busy bee as it plans seven new model introductions during the year 2017. So far, we’ve seen the Opel Insignia Grand Sport, Sports Tourer, Country Tourer and Crossland X. That’s four out of seven, and the fifth will be coming very soon.
Opel CEO Karl-Thomas Neumann took to Twitter to post the fist teaser image of the Opel Grandland X, the brand’s forthcoming C-segment crossover, though, it’s hard to make much of anything out. The photo shows the Grandland X with its headlights obscuring any and all detail of the CUV.
— Karl-Thomas Neumann (@KT_Neumann) April 4, 2017
The tweet, which reads in German, states Neumann is working on a video introduction for the latest Opel family member. As for its design, our digital master at RM Design cooked up the rendering below to preview what it may look like.
The Grandland X is the child of GM’s former alliance with PSA Groupe, before the U.S. automaker sold the Opel and Vauxhall brands to the French automaker outright. The alliance has also birthed the Crossland X; both CUVs ride on PSA architectures and share various components.
We’ll likely see the Grandland X make its official debut at the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show, but Opel has been known to reveal its product ahead of major auto shows.