The 2019 Vauxhall Grandland X Hybrid4 (and Opel too) is the the German and British brands’ first plug-in hybrid model, starting their electrification push.
The powertrain makes a total of 224kW (300hp). There’s a direct injection 1.6L turbocharged I4 gas engine with 200hp (149kW), and two electric motors making a total of 81kW (109hp).
There are four driving modes: electric, hybrid, AWD and Sport. With a 13.2kWh lithium battery, the Grandland X Hybrid4 has a WLTP EV driving range of 48km (30mi), and overall fuel economy is rated at 2.1L/100km (112mpg).
A 3.3kW charger is standard, and a 6.6kW version is optional. With a 7.4kW wallbox the charging time is reduced to 2 hours.