The all-new 2018 Grandland X has been unveiled and it looks like this model is all set to become the company’s biggest crossover.
The Grandland X comes with a front fascia that features a chrome winglet grille along with LED-infused headlights. This model gives off a very sporty vibe thanks to its sculpted hood and plastic body cladding. On top of that, there is also a tailgate-mounted spoiler as well as an dual exhaust setup.
The new model has ventured further than the Mokka X and Crossland X as the Grandland X measures at 7.8-inches longer than those two former models.
The crossover measures at 176.2-inches in length, 72.5-inches width and 64.4-inches height while riding on a 105.3-inches wheelbase.
Safety features for this model includes Automatic Emergency Braking, Advanced Park Assist, Driver Drowsiness Alert and Adaptive Cruise Control with pedestrian detection.
Although the automaker is still keeping secrets when it comes to the Grandland X’s engine specifications, we’ll be sure to hear all about it when it makes its debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September.