Opel Frontera replaces Opel Crossland
Florian Huettl about the Opel Frontera
Florian Huettl, Opel CEO, says the following about the Opel Frontera: “The name ‘Frontera’ is ideally suited to our new, exciting SUV model. It will have a confident character and be positioned at the core of the market.”
Information about Opel Frontera
Very little information is yet known about the new model. Opel does say the following: “The new Frontera will offer a high degree of space and versatility, appealing to customers with active lifestyles as well as families. The newcomer will also continue Opel’s long tradition of making innovative mobility accessible to a broad group of customers by offering it at an attractive price.”
Many BEVs from Opel
Opel will be busy in 2024. In fact, the brand is also presenting the all-new Grandland, also an electric SUV, but one size larger compared to the Frontera. Opel already has several electric models in its lineup. Consider the Rocks Electric, Corsa Electric, Mocha Electric, Astra Electric, Astra Sports Tourer Electric, Combo Electric and Zafira Electric. Opel will unveil the first images of the new Frontera in the coming weeks, along with more detailed information about the newcomer.
Review of Frontera
The Frontera was first introduced in 1991. The model was produced until the beginning of the 21st century. It was one of Opel’s first attempts to compete in the growing SUV segment. The Frontera was developed in cooperation with Isuzu and was closely related to the Isuzu MU and later the Isuzu Wizard. The first generation (1991-1998) was available with 2.0-liter to 2.4-liter four-cylinder gasoline engines, as well as turbo-diesel: a 2.3-liter and later a 2.8-liter. In 1998, a second generation of the Frontera was introduced, built until 2004. This model was available with 2.2-liter gasoline and diesel engines.
New Opel Manta
Opel will also eventually come out with a new Opel Manta, which will be a battery-electric SUV coupe. The Manta nameplate was also previously used by Opel.