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Driving report Opel Grandland GSE

Driving report Opel Grandland GSE


Black and white as snow: The Grandland wants to be in the top league.
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The combination of a combustion engine and an electric motor gives plug-in hybrids high system performance. With a system power of 300 hp (221 kW), the Grandland GSe is not only the most powerful, but also the fastest Opel at 235 km/h.

sSince funding stopped, plug-in hybrid vehicles (PHEVs) have become a bit obsolete in this country. That's a shame, because they're well-suited for drivers who often drive relatively short distances electrically but don't want to stop at charging stations on longer journeys. In addition, the combination of combustion engine and electric motors results in high system performance. With a system power of 300 hp (221 kW), the Grandland GSe is not only the most powerful, but also the fastest Opel with a top speed of 235 km/h.

The 4.48-metre-long compact SUV shares the platform with its sibling Peugeot 3008. Launched in 2017 and revised four years later, the PHEV has been available since October 2022. The GSe already denotes sportiness from the outside, as it stands for the wider models At 19 inches, the black parts match well with the dirt-sensitive Jade White, but Opel charges an extra €700 for the paint.

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