Vauxhall / Opel Crossland X first view

In its launch photographs, the new Crossland X looks fairly bulky. Don't be deceived though, because this B-segment crossover (which will sit alongside the Mokka X in the Vauxhall and Opel ranges) is actually quite compact.

Measuring 4,212 mm (13’ 9”) long, 1,765 mm (5’ 9”) wide and 1,590 mm (5’ 2”) high, the Crossland X is about the same size as a Renault Captur. Those dimensions have been combined with a flexible interior, something that the car's target market should appreciate.

Vauxhall Crossland X (2017) Front Side

For instance, the rear seats are moveable by 150 mm (5.9”) fore and aft, so luggage capacity can be up to 520 litres when they're in use. Fold them down and that figure increases to a useful 1,255 litres.

There's plenty of in-cabin technology, too. OnStar – which, among other things, provides a wi-fi hotspot – is going to be fitted as standard, together with an infotainment system compatible with both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.

Further items on the extensive available equipment list include wireless inductive phone charging, a 180° rear-view camera, a head-up display, speed sign recognition and driver drowsiness detection.

Crossland X deliveries are due to begin in the summer.

Vauxhall Crossland X (2017) Rear SideVauxhall Crossland X (2017) Rear Seats

Opel Crossland X (2017) DashboardOpel Crossland X (2017) Front Side

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