Vauxhall has updated its Crossland X compact SUV with a new look and revised engines.
The model, now known simply as Crossland, will go on sale towards the end of 2020.
It features the new ‘Vauxhall Vizor’ front-end, first introduced on the all-new Mokka. A single gloss black module runs across the face of the new Crossland, containing LED lights and the new Griffin logo.
At the rear, new dark-tinted taillights and a new high-gloss black tailgate surface give the Crossland a wider stance than its predecessor.
The new Crossland also features new front and rear skid plates, chrome door mouldings and a new range of 16- and 17-inch wheels.
Sporty SRi models will feature 17-inch alloys and a black roof with a red window accent – helping the compact SUV stand out.
Inside, an eight-inch touchscreen providing Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity is available, while AGR ergonomic front seats deliver enhanced comfort and support.
The rear seats feature a practical 60/40 split and slide by up to 150mm, helping to increase boot space from 410 litres to 520 litres. With the rear seats folded, the new Crossland provides 1,255 litres of boot space.
There are four powertrain options: a 1.2-litre turbo petrol with 110PS or 130PS and an RDE2 1.5-litre diesel with 110PS or 120PS. An automatic gearbox is fitted to the 120PS diesel and is optionally available in the 130PS petrol.
Vauxhall says chassis improvements will deliver enhanced driving dynamics and comfort.
New springs and dampers for the McPherson front suspension and the torsion-beam rear.
Prices and specifications will be released closer to the car’s on sale date.